BPI and GLOBE Tie Up for Early Christmas Thrilling Rewards

Last November 6, 2012, Financial Planning Phils. was invited to attend the media launch of BPI and Globe Telecom’s Tie Up to give their mutual clients some early Christmas Rewards.

Since I had previous engagement for that day, Mayleen (one of my team mates) attended the event.

Here’s the press release of the event.

BPI & Globe Telecom are treating their mutual clients to an early Christmas Celebration. BPI, through its electronic banking platform, BPI 24/7 Banking, partners with Globe to launch the newest prepaid reloading rewards promo that can be enjoyed and shared with loved ones.

Globe subscribers can now reload their prepaid accounts through BPI’s electronic channel, BPI 24/7. Straight from their BPI accounts, they can reload or pass on load to their loved ones anytime and anywhere.

By doing so, they also get to qualify for a rewards program which entitles Globe subscribers to claim exciting perks such as unlimited SMS to all networks, 50 minutes of free calls to Globe and TM numbers, plus 5MB worth of free mobile internet surfing.

On the other hand, TM subscribers get an unlimited SMS to Globe and TM, 50 minutes free call time to Globe and TM numbers and 5MB worth of free monbile internet surfing for TM subscribers valid for 1 day. This partnership between Globe and BPI offers major convenience to Globe prepaid subscribers in reloading their mobile phones.

Promo runs from October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012. Notification and instruction of rewards will be sent to subscribers’ mobile number. It should be at least P200 accumulated reload.

Visit www.bpiexpressonline.com for more information. Per DTI – NCR Permit No: 8652 Series of @2012

How Does that Work?

I actually have a globe prepaid number and a regular user of BPIExpressonline. So I personally checked it out how to do it.

First, you’ll need to enroll your globe prepaid number or family’s number or just anyone you want to. Once you’ve enrolled the numbers, you’ll have to print out the filled forms and sign.

Once signed, you’ll then have to bring it to your BPI branch or any BPI nationwide if it’s thru BPI Direct. It would have been much easier though if you can simply enroll it without the need of signing and submitting to your branch.

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Garry Zaldy de Castro is an advocate, Financial Advisor, Certified Investment Solicitor (Mutual Fund Representative), blogger, IT practitioner, husband to Aileen and a dad to Jacob and JohnD. He started Financial Planning Philippines in 2008 just to share his financial learning to friends, relatives and anyone who wishes to be financially independent.

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