Review: Globe DUO
I have used 3 wireless landlines for the past several months. A few days with a Bayan Wireless Landline (BWL), a year with PLDT Landline Plus Prepaid, and more than a month with Globe DUO. Of the three, PLDT LL+ Prepaid has the best quality while Bayan Wireless Landline has the worst. While Globe DUO is the best when it comes to overall value.
One SIM, Two Numbers
This is the flagship of the Globe DUO service. Bayan Wireless Landline (BWL) requires you to purchase a new handset since BWL operates on a CDMA network. PLDT Landline Plus, though operates on the widely popular GSM network, also requires a separate handset. With Globe DUO, you don't need a new SIM or a new phone, just add P399 on your monthly bill and you can start calling local landline numbers for as long as you like.
Just send a few SMS commands to Globe DUO's access number and you will be assigned a second number. This new number will be your "wireless landline". Currently, Globe DUO is available in Metro Manila and Cebu so if you're from Metro Manila, the number you'll receive will have an area code of 2.
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Review: Globe DUO Reviewed by Jepoy on 6/26/2009 01:54:00 AM Rating: