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Globe deploys SIM registration booths to 15 more areas

Globe has expanded the coverage of its SIM registration booth to 15 more areas this week.
More Globe SIM registration booths!

More registration sites for Globe users

Globe said in a statement this is part of the telco's "effort to reach as many customers as possible to get them registered by the April 26, 2023 deadline."

SIM registration is open to all, especially senior citizens, persons with disabilities (PWDs), basic/feature phone users, and those without internet access, it added.

Globe said its additional assistance booths will be in the following areas:

February 8

  • Magpet, Cotabato (Municipal Gym)

February 9

  • Bauang, La Union (People's Hall, MSWD Office)
  • Echague, Isabela (Evacuation Center, Municipal Compound, Brgy. San Fabian)
  • San Simon, Pampanga (Municipal Covered Court)
  • Agoncillo, Batangas (Agoncillo Municipal Covered Court)
  • Libmanan, Camarines Sur (Libmanan Sports Complex)
  • Abuyog, Leyte (Brgy. Nalibunan Covered Court)
  • Salay, Misamis Oriental (Senator Ernesto Herrera Gymnasium, Brgy. Poblacion)
  • La Paz, Agusan del Sur (Municipal Gym, Poblacion)
  • Bauko, Mountain Province (Municipal Open Court, Brgy. Abatan)

February 10

  • Pandan, Antique (Pandan Sports Complex)
  • Bogo City, Cebu (City Sports Complex, Don Celestino Martines Sr. Sports & Cultural Center (Complex), Brgy. Taytayan)
  • Padada, Davao del Sur (ABC Covered Court)

On February 7, an assisted SIM Registration was also held at the Colegio de Naujan Gymnasium in Brgy. Santiago, Naujan, Oriental Mindoro.

We are committed to ensuring that every customer can access SIM registration support whether they prefer to do it online or offline. We're working hand-in-hand with the government to provide on-ground assistance in areas where our customers need us most, said Cleo Santos, Head of Globe's Channel Management Group.

When registering, Globe users are reminded to prepare the following:

  • Full name
  • Date of birth
  • Sex
  • Address
  • Government ID with photo
  • Mobile number

Aside from the booths, Globe users can also register their SIM through https://new.globe.com.ph/simreg.

As of February 7, Globe has logged over 12 million registered prepaid SIMs.

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