Globe’s quest for 5G supremacy continues, with the company securing alliances in Vietnam and Saudi Arabia. Together with roaming partners Viettel of Vietnam and STC of Saudi Arabia, the two telcos join Globe’s growing list of 5G-ready roaming partners in its search to provide the most extensive 5G coverage in the world.
This confirmation follows Globe’s recent achievement of formally introducing 5G connectivity with three of Asia’s largest telcos: Singtel in Singapore, CSL in Hong Kong, and Ooredoo in Kuwait.
Globe’s 5G network provides the seamless and dependable connectivity needed by Filipinos who currently reside in or need to travel to these countries.
Globe shows no signs of slowing down in its attempts to establish 5G networks worldwide, as it meets its customers’ demand for dependable connectivity even as the world faces a health crisis.
“We recognize that we still have kababayans and customers who require the quality and convenience that comes along with 5G technology to fulfill their obligations wherever they are in the world”, says Coco Domingo, Globe Vice President for Postpaid and International.
Regardless of travel constraints, Globe is planning for a future in which consumers can easily reap the advantages of 5G technology until the world is free and ready for travel.
“More than just uninterrupted speeds, 5G is set to reinvent how travelers will experience retail, entertainment, healthcare, and so much more in 5G-powered cities,” adds Domingo.
Globe Roamers with Roam Surf 399 (all-day surfing for Postpaid, 1GB for Prepaid) can already experience and enjoy 5G speeds in these international destinations if their mobile devices are 5G-enabled. Globe’s all-day data roaming is regulated by the telco’s Fair Use Policy to ensure consistent mobile internet access for all of its customers.