Globe expands 5G Roaming services to more Middle East, Asian countries

Globe accelerates its 5G Roaming rollout to more countries in Asia and the Middle East as part of its commitment to bring #1stWorldNetwork to its customers. 

Globe expands 5G Roaming services to more Middle East, Asian countries

In the first quarter of the year, Globe introduced its 5G roaming service in Thailand and in the United Arab Emirates. In the coming weeks, the telco is set to launch 5G in more parts of  Asia and the Middle East to help customers traveling abroad, Filipinos working overseas, as well as, foreign visitors visiting the Philippines.

Globe is set to open its 5G service to visiting customers of CSL Hong Kong, Singtel of Singapore, and Ooredoo of Kuwait. While for Globe subscribers who will be traveling abroad, the 5G roaming service will be made available in South Korea through SK Telecom, Qatar and Kuwait via Ooredoo.

“Apart from ensuring that our customers are able to rely on a service to keep them connected during these challenging times, our goal in getting the 5G service up in more countries is to make certain that when travel becomes more safe and less restricted, our Globe customers will be able to enjoy 5G in more countries worldwide,” said Coco Domingo, Globe’s Vice President for Postpaid and International Business. 

Globe is a pioneer in 5G technology in the Philippines with 1,200 areas across the country with this latest generation in wireless technology.  Its sustained network builds and modernization efforts resulted in a higher 5G footprint for Globe.

Globe has set its sights on making its 5G roaming services accessible soon in more countries in the Middle East, North America, Asia and Europe through its roaming partners.

For more information on 5G Roaming, go to glbe.co/5GRoaming. 

To learn more about Roam Surf 399 and Globe’s other roaming offers which are best experienced with 5G, visit glbe.co/roam.

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