Boycott Globe Telecoms

Lakas manggoyo ng Globe On Feb. 5, Globe Telecom reported annual net income or profits of 11.8 billion pesos for 2006, up by 14 percent from 2005. Revenues grew by four percent to 57 billion pesos. Globe said this is mainly due to the 1.2 million new subscribers for 2006, bringing the number of Globe subscribers to 15.7 million who have access to its network of 5,884 cellsites covering 98 percent of the country.

On the same day, Globe snubbed and defied on order by the National Telecommunications Commission to “hold in abeyance” or to suspend the controversial and scandalous 100 to 150 percent price increase in its Unlimitxt Permanent Service, as demanded by outraged subscribers represented by TXTPower.

Today, we call on all Gentxters and consumers to make their power known to Globe and like-minded corporate scum who disrespect consumers and who defy the law.

Let us unite and protest Globe’s defiance of the NTC order and to protest its price hike concealed in a deviously-crafted “promo”.

Let us come together to show Globe that they owe their profitable standing to their loyal subscribers who once thought they are respected and valued by the company.

STARTING FEBRUARY 8, THURSDAY, WE IN TXTPOWER URGE ALL GENTXTERS AND GLOBE SUBSCRIBERS TO BOYCOTT MAJOR SERVICES AND PRODUCTS OF GLOBE TELECOM.

We who brought Globe Telecom from the failing and ailing company in the early 1990’s to the giant it is now have the power. Together, let’s show Globe who they are fighting and insulting by:

1.Avoid SMS and Calls through the Globe network. Find other ways to communicate
2.Postpone automatic and card reloads
3.Postpone GCash transactions
4.Postpone line applications
5.Refrain from getting icon/music/visual downloads from Globe
6.Refrain from using Globe’s GPRS and 3G services

Yes, we must boycott and sacrifice now before Globe transforms all of us into a community of people with no self-respect and no sense of consumers rights. We must boycott Globe until it obeys the NTC order and restores the old Unlimitxt rates.

TXTPower
February 7, 2007

Source :: http://www.txtpower.org/news/boycott-globe

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