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Globe network services up in Palawan

Published Dec 23, 2021 7:00 pm

Globe is the first to restore network services in 16 municipalities and other areas across Palawan.

Host to one of the countrys most beautiful beaches, Palawan experienced the tail end of Typhoon Odette's wrath, downing critical telecommunications infrastructure.

Scattered debris and collapsed bridges hindered travel causing Globes field teams to trek for several hours in order to reach their cell sites. 

 Network repairs in Palawan made difficult by fallen bridges, posing challenges in hauling of materials

In San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, reinforcements from South Luzon have arrived paving the way for needed immediate repairs. Despite spending three nights on-ground, the team continues to work 24/7 to ensure network restoration in the area.

 South Luzon team joins the network restoration efforts in San Carlos City, Negros Occidental, spending days and nights on-ground until network restoration is completed.

Mindanao is now closer to completion, while Visayas restoration efforts remain in full throttle.

The teams are working tirelessly on simultaneous cell site repairs across different areas affected by typhoon Odette. 

Free and unlimited GoWiFi

Globe is also providing free and unlimited GoWiFi in select malls, government offices and airports in Visayas (Aklan, Antique, Bohol, Capiz, Cebu, Iloilo, Leyte, Negros Occidental and Oriental, ) and Mindanao (Agusan del Norte, Bukidnon, Camarines Sur, Davao del Norte and Sur, Lanao del Norte, Maguindanao, Misamis Occidenta and Oriental, South Cotabato, and Zamboanga del Note and Sur) areas affected by Typhoon Odette.

For more information on GoWiFi sites, visit their Facebook page.

Globe sets up Libreng Tawag and Libreng Charging stations in affected regions

Globe and TM Libreng Tawag and Libreng Charging (LTLC) stations in Camiguin .
  Globe and TM Libreng Tawag and Libreng Charging (LTLC) stations in Surigao City

Globe has beefed up its Libreng Tawag and Libreng Charging (LTLC) stations in Visayas (Negros Occidental and Oriental and Leyte), and Mindanao (Camiguin, Agusan del Norte and Sur, and Surigao City and del Norte), including El Nido and Puerto Princess in Palawan, to keep our kababayans connected.


Since deployment of relief efforts in several provinces in Visayas and Mindanao, Globe, along with its partners Ayala Foundation, Inc., GMA Kapuso Foundation, and Rise Against Hunger Philippines have already reached over 3,600 families.

  Globe and Ayala Foundation turn over donations to Siargao Island

Aiming to extend much-needed support for families affected by Typhoon Odette, relief packs provided to families include basic food and water supplies to help them get through with their daily needs.

Areas reached by the relief efforts so far include Bacolod, Bislig, Butuan City, Cagayan de Oro, Dinagat Islands, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Maasin City and Sogod in Southern Leyte, several areas in Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental, Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte, and Surigao del Sur.

  Globe and Ayala Foundation turn over donations to several barangays in Surigao del Norte

Globe and TM customers have since raised over P490,000 worth of donations through their Globe Rewards points. Donation channels remain open through the new GlobeOne and the GCash apps. 

To access #GCashGivesBack QR Codes of partner-beneficiaries, you may make donations by scanning those in this LINK

For more information on Libreng Tawag and Libreng Charging stations set up in the affected areas, visit their Facebook page.

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Editor’s Note: This article was provided by Globe.