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March 2023 Updates: Globe SIM Registration Portal

March 2023 Updates: Globe SIM Registration Portal


Globe Joins NTC in 10th Leg of Assisted SIM Registration, Sets Up 60 Booths Nationwide

As of Mar 29, 2023


Globe has hit 20 million registrations of prepaid and postpaid SIMs as it continued nationwide efforts to encourage customers to register their SIMs before the April 26, 2023 deadline. 


As of March 22, Globe has logged 20.44 million registered SIMs. There are an estimated 86.7 million SIMs under the Globe network. 


“We are grateful for the cooperation of our customers as we hit this milestone. As the deadline draws near, we hope that more customers will take the time to register their SIMs to avoid deactivation and continue enjoying Globe’s call, text and data services,” said Darius Delgado, Head of Globe’s Consumer Mobile Business. 


“We have been going far and wide to reach our customers in remote areas and those who need assistance in registering their SIMs. We urge our customers to please register their SIMs before the deadline so their SIMs won’t get deactivated. Our online portal and app are accessible 24/7, and our Globe Stores are also open to provide assistance,” said Cleo Santos, Channel Management Group Head at Globe. 


Prepaid customers using Globe, TM and Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi who have yet to register their SIMs may do so on Globe’s user-friendly registration website new.globe.com.ph/simreg and the GlobeOne app, which may be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play. Customers must have all the necessary information and documents ready before starting the registration process.  These are the following: 


  • Full name
  • Birthday 
  • Sex
  • Address
  • Type of government ID presented and ID number
  • Valid government ID with photo  (file size only up to 4MB)
  • Selfie photo (file size only up to 4MB)

Postpaid and Platinum customers, meanwhile, only need to text SIMREG to 8080 to confirm that details they earlier submitted to Globe in applying for their postpaid plan are updated. Those who want to update their information may do so via new.globe.com.ph/simreg.


Globe has also been deploying SIM Registration Assistance booths nationwide for customers who need help, including senior citizens, PWD, pregnant women and those using basic/feature phones or lack internet access.


Mobile industry leader Globe joins the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) in the 10th leg of the government’s SIM registration assistance program from March 27 to April 1, 2023. Booths will be set up in 60 locations throughout the country to help customers who may have difficulty registering.


By participating in this initiative, Globe emphasizes its dedication to providing excellent service to all clients and ensuring they meet the government's SIM registration deadline of April 26, 2023.


Customers may visit the location nearest them based on the following schedule:


LUZON


Kalinga

  • March 28 - Pasil (Municipal Hall)
  • March 29 - Balbalan (Gym)
  • March 30 - Pinukpuk (Multipurpose Hall, Poblacion)
  • March 31 - Tanudan (Government Center)


La Union

  • March 28 - Naguilian (Ortiz Covered Court)
  • March 29 - Pugo (Covered Court)
  • March 30 - Santo Tomas (Municipal Auditorium)
  • March 31 - Santol (Santol Covered Court)


Nueva Vizcaya

  • March 28 - Bayombong (LGU Canopy, Barangay Don Mariano Marcos)
  • March 29 - Solano (Heroes Memorial Park)
  • March 30 - Bagabag (Municipal Gym)
  • March 31 - Diadi (Old Public Market)


Tarlac

  • March 29 - San Jose (Municipal Gym)
  • March 30 - Capas (Covered Court, Municipal Compound)
  • March 31 - Concepcion (Col. Jesus P. Lapuz Sports Memorial Complex)
  • April 1 - San Clemente (Covered Court)


Quezon

  • March 28 - Tagkawayan (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 29 - Calauag (Heroes Park in front of covered court)
  • March 30 - Lopez (Municipal Covered Court, People’s Hall)
  • March 31 - Sariaya (Sports Complex)


Occidental Mindoro

  • March 28 - Abra De Ilog (Transport Terminal)
  • March 30 - Mamburao 9 (Municipal Gym)


Palawan

  • March 28 - Coron (Municipal Hall)
  • March 30 - Busuanga (Municipal Hall)


Sorsogon

  • March 29 - Bulan (Freedom Park)
  • March 30 - Matnog (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 31 - Donsol (Municipal Compound near MSWDO)


Albay

  • March 29 - Legazpi City (Bigaa Covered Court)


Camarines Sur

  • March 28 - San Jose (Cultural Sports Complex)



VISAYAS


Aklan

  • March 29 - Altavas (Julio G. Refol, Sr. Memorial Complex)


Capiz

  • March 30 - Jamindan (Civic Center)
  • March 31 - Mambusao (Angeles Lema Cultural Center)


Negros Occidental

  • March 29 - Sipalay City (Gym)
  • March 30 - Binalbagan (Gym)
  • March 31 - San Enrique (Municipal Auditorium)


Bohol

  • March 30 - Baclayon (Baluarte Covered Court)
  • March 31 - Panglao (Municipal Cultural Center)


Negros Oriental

  • March 30 - Bais (Evacuation Center)


Cebu

  • March 30 - Tuburan (Municipal Covered Court)


Samar

  • March 30 - Mercedes (Civic Center)
  • March 30 - Salcedo (Civic Center)


MINDANAO


Basilan

  • March 28 - Isabela City (City Hall Lobby)


Zamboanga del Sur

  • March 30 - Kumalarang (Public Market, Barangay Poblacion)
  • March 31 - Buug (Municipal Podium, Barangay Poblacion)


Misamis Occidental

  • March 30 - Jimenez (San Jose Ozamiz Freedom Park)
  • March 31 - Sinacaban (Municipal Covered Court near Terminal, Poblacion)


Lanao del Norte

  • March 30 - Salvador (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 31 - Magsaysay (Multi-Purpose Building and Trading Center Area, Poblacion)


Davao de Oro

  • March 29 - Maragusan (Municipal Gym)
  • March 30 - New Bataan (Municipal Tennis Court)
  • March 31 - Compostela (Municipal Gym)


Davao del Norte

  • March 27 - Braulio Dujali (Municipal Ground)


North Cotabato

  • March 29 - Kabakan (Municipal Hall)
  • March 30 - Carmen (Inside City Hall)


South Cotabato

  • March 30 - Koronadal (BIR Compound)
  • March 31 - Tupi (Municipal Hall)


Surigao Del Norte

  • March 28 - Claver (Tourism Office)


Surigao Del Sur

  • March 29 - Cantilan (Municipal Gym)


Agusan Del Norte

  • March 30 - Santiago (Poblacion 2 Gym)
  • March 31 - Jabonga (Municipality Park)


For a fast and hassle-free registration process, customers are advised to have their relevant information readily available. This includes their full name, date of birth, sex, address, government-issued ID with photo, and mobile number.


"Our utmost priority is to provide our clients with uninterrupted connectivity. We understand that the SIM registration process can be arduous for some, which is why we continue to streamline the process and ensure a hassle-free experience for everyone. With only a month left before the registration deadline, we strongly encourage our customers to take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy seamless mobile and broadband services," said Cleo Santos, Globe Channel Management Group Head. 


Aside from participating in the NTC-led SIM registration program, Globe earlier launched its own on-ground and online initiatives to assist its customers. Globe, TM and Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi may register anytime and anywhere through new.globe.com.ph/simreg or the GlobeOne app.


Postpaid and Platinum subscribers, meanwhile, may confirm their details to Globe by sending SIMREG to 8080 or update their details via new.globe.com.ph/simreg


Globe is committed to providing support to all its customers, particularly those who require extra assistance, such as senior citizens, disabled individuals, pregnant women, basic phone users, and those without internet access. The company strives to ensure that every customer receives the necessary help to complete the registration process smoothly.


The SIM Registration Act mandates the registration of all SIMs as part of government efforts to combat fraud and scams, which have seen an increase during the pandemic, increasing incidence of criminal activities that exploit unregistered SIMs. This important measure ensures that every mobile number is linked with a verified user, making it easier to track down and hold accountable those who use mobile devices to engage in unlawful activities.


With only a limited time left before the registration deadline, it is crucial to register your SIM now. For more information on the SIM registration process and how to register, please visit https://www.globe.com.ph/help/sim-registration-act.html.



Globe Hits 20M SIM Registrations, Calls on Customers to Register SIMs as Deadline Nears

As of Mar 23, 2023


Globe has hit 20 million registrations of prepaid and postpaid SIMs as it continued nationwide efforts to encourage customers to register their SIMs before the April 26, 2023 deadline. 


As of March 22, Globe has logged 20.44 million registered SIMs. There are an estimated 86.7 million SIMs under the Globe network. 


“We are grateful for the cooperation of our customers as we hit this milestone. As the deadline draws near, we hope that more customers will take the time to register their SIMs to avoid deactivation and continue enjoying Globe’s call, text and data services,” said Darius Delgado, Head of Globe’s Consumer Mobile Business. 


“We have been going far and wide to reach our customers in remote areas and those who need assistance in registering their SIMs. We urge our customers to please register their SIMs before the deadline so their SIMs won’t get deactivated. Our online portal and app are accessible 24/7, and our Globe Stores are also open to provide assistance,” said Cleo Santos, Channel Management Group Head at Globe. 


Prepaid customers using Globe, TM and Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi who have yet to register their SIMs may do so on Globe’s user-friendly registration website new.globe.com.ph/simreg and the GlobeOne app, which may be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play. Customers must have all the necessary information and documents ready before starting the registration process.  These are the following: 


  • Full name
  • Birthday 
  • Sex
  • Address
  • Type of government ID presented and ID number
  • Valid government ID with photo  (file size only up to 4MB)
  • Selfie photo (file size only up to 4MB)

Postpaid and Platinum customers, meanwhile, only need to text SIMREG to 8080 to confirm that details they earlier submitted to Globe in applying for their postpaid plan are updated. Those who want to update their information may do so via new.globe.com.ph/simreg.


Globe has also been deploying SIM Registration Assistance booths nationwide for customers who need help, including senior citizens, PWD, pregnant women and those using basic/feature phones or lack internet access.


Globe has also been supporting efforts of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to bring SIM registration assistance to remote areas. To date, it has supported nine rounds of NTC-led on-site SIM registration activities. 


The SIM Registration Act aims to address SIM-aided fraud and cybercrime, which proliferated with the use of unregistered SIMs. SIMs that remain unregistered past the deadline will be deactivated.



Globe Deploys 58 Booths For March 20-24 Leg Of NTC-Led SIM Registration Assistance

As of Mar 22, 2023


Mobile leader Globe has announced its participation in the ninth leg of the National Telecommunications Commission's (NTC) SIM registration assistance program from March 20 to 24, 2023, deploying booths in 58 locations across the country to help customers who may face registration difficulties.


By participating in the initiative, Globe demonstrates its commitment to delivering exceptional service to all its customers regardless of location, and ensuring they meet the government's April 26, 2023 deadline. 


"Our primary objective is to provide seamless connectivity to our customers. By establishing SIM registration booths across the country, we aim to streamline the registration process and make it hassle-free for everyone. We strongly advise our customers to take the opportunity to register at these booths so we can help them comply with the law and ensure uninterrupted connectivity services," said Globe Channel Management Group Head Cleo Santos. 


Customers can drop by Globe booths in the following locations to get the help they need to register their SIMs. 


LUZON


Mountain Province


  • March 21 - Natonin (St. Michael Church Ground, Brgy. Gawana)
  • March 22 - Barlig (Municipal Gym)
  • March 23 - Paracelis (3rd Floor, Municipal/Multi-Purpose Building)


Ifugao


  • March 24 - Alfonso Lista (Municipal Covered Court)


Ilocos Sur


  • March 21 - Sugpon (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 22 - Alilem (Municipal Gym)
  • March 23 - Tagudin (3rd Floor, Tikanlu Hall, Tagudin Town Hall)


La Union


  • March 24 - Sudipen (Municipal Covered Court)


Quirino


  • March 21 - Cabarroguis (Municipal Gym, Brgy. Zamora)
  • March 22 - Maddela (In front of Maddela Municipal Hall, Brgy. Poblacion Sur)
  • March 23 - Aglipay (Municipal Gym, Brgy. San Leonardo)
  • March 24- Diffun (Diffun Municipal Gymnasium, Barangay Bonifacio)


Pampanga


  • March 24 - San Fernando (Giant Lantern Tourist and Information Center)


Nueva Ecija


  • March 21 - Rizal (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 22 - Pantabangan (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 23 - Bongabon (Town Plaza, Brgy. Social)
  • March 24 - Gabaldon (Municipal Covered Court)


Quezon


  • March 21 - Dolores (Alcala Covered Court fronting Church and Market)


Rizal


  • March 22 - Morong (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 23 - Cardona (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 24 - Binangonan (Ynares Covered Court)


Romblon


  • March 20 - San Agustin (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 21 - Romblon (Romblon Public Plaza)
  • March 22 - San Fernando (Public Auditorium)


Palawan


  • March 20 - Bataraza (Town Center and Grand Terminal)


Camarines Sur


  • March 22 - Garchitorena (Municipal Hall)
  • March 23 - Presentacion (Municipal Hall)
  • March 24 - Caramoan (Municipal Hall)


VISAYAS


Aklan


  • March 21 - Buruanga (Covered Court)
  • March 22 - Ibajay (Social Hall)
  • March 23 - Malinao (Covered Court)
  • March 24 - Batan (Sports Complex)


Camotes


  • March 23 - San Francisco (Western Covered Court)
  • March 24 - Tudela (Civic Center, Southern Poblacion)


Negros Oriental


  • March 23 - Dauin (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 24 - Valencia City (Municipal Gym)


Samar


  • March 22 - Guiuan (Food Court)
  • March 23 - Salcedo (In front of Municipal Hall)


MINDANAO


Zamboanga del Sur


  • March 21 - Zamboanga City (Upper Calarian, Barangay Hall)
  • March 22 - Zamboanga City (Cabatangan, Barangay Hall)


Zamboanga Sibugay


  • March 23 - Imelda (Municipal Hall)


Zamboanga del Norte


  • March 24 - Leon Postigo/Bacungan (Municipal Gym)


Misamis Oriental


  • March 22 - Sagay,  Camiguin (Covered Court, Brgy Poblacion)
  • March 23 - Mambajao, Camiguin (Covered Court, Brgy Poblacion)


Bukidnon


  • March 23 - Sumilao (Municipal Hall Lobby)
  • March 24 - Manolo Fortich (Barangay Tangkulan Covered Court)


Davao de Oro


  • March 21 - Mawab (Mayor’s Multi-Purpose Hall)
  • March 22 - Montevista (Municipal Gym)
  • March 23 - Monkayo (Municipal Dome)
  • March 24 - Nabunturan (Municipal Gym)


Cotabato


  • March 21 - Banisilan (Municipal Gym)
  • March 22 - Alamada (Municipal Gym)


Maguindanao


  • March 23 - Aleosan (Public Terminal)


North Cotabato


  • March 24 - Parang (Municipal Plaza)


Surigao del Sur


  • March 21 - Carmen (Municipal Gym)
  • March 22 - Lanuza (Municipal Gym)


Surigao del Norte


  • March 23 - Malimono (Women’s Training and Development Center)
  • March 24 - Sison (Municipal Gym)


To ensure a fast and hassle-free on-site registration process, customers are reminded to have their relevant information on hand, including their full name, date of birth, sex, address, government-issued ID with photo, and mobile number.


In addition to its participation in the NTC-led SIM registration, Globe earlier launched several on-ground initiatives to help make SIM registration convenient for customers. Its online platform (new.globe.com.ph/simreg) and the GlobeOne app are also available 24/7 for SIM registration.


Globe is committed to providing on-ground SIM registration assistance to all its customers, particularly senior citizens, disabled individuals, pregnant women, basic phone users, and those without internet access. The company endeavors to ensure that every customer receives the support they require to complete the registration process smoothly.


To combat the increasing incidence of criminal activities that exploit unregistered SIMs, the SIM Registration Act mandates the registration of all SIMs. This critical measure ensures that all mobile numbers are associated with a verified user, making it easier to track down and hold accountable those who use mobile devices to engage in unlawful activities.


Globe Joins 8th Leg Of NTC’s SIM Registration Assistance Program, Sets Up Booths In 51 Areas Nationwide

As of Mar 14, 2023


Globe, the leader in Mobile, is setting up SIM Registration Assistance Desks in 51 sites across the country as it joins the eighth leg of the National Telecommunications Commission's (NTC) SIM registration assistance program from March 13 to 17, 2023. 


Globe's participation in the initiative is a demonstration of its commitment to providing excellent service to its customers regardless of their location, and helping them meet the April 26, 2023 deadline set under the law.


“We recognize the significance of staying connected. With our SIM registration booths stationed throughout the country, we aim to make the process as convenient and straightforward as possible for all. We urge our customers to take advantage of these facilities to avoid disruption in their mobile and broadband services,” said Globe Channel Management Group Head Cleo Santos.


Subscribers may visit Globe’s SIM Registration Assistance Desks in the following areas:


LUZON


Abra

  • March 14 - San Quintin (Municipal Plaza)
  • March 15 - Pidigan (Municipal Hall)


Pangasinan

  • March 13 - Anda (Municipal Hall)
  • March 14 - Sual (Municipal Hall)


Cagayan

  • March 14 - Amulung (Municipal Gym)
  • March 15 - Baggao (Virgilio Gaza Herrero Memorial Gymnasium, San Jose)
  • March 16 - Alcala (Public Market)
  • March 17 - Peñablanca (Municipal Gym, Brgy. Centro)


Bataan

  • March 15 - Orani (Municipal Covered Court)


Cavite

  • March 14 - Alfonso (Municipal Hall)
  • March 15 - Silang (Patio Medina Covered Court)
  • March 16 - GMA (Municipal Hall)
  • March 17 - Rosario (Municipal Hall)


Oriental Mindoro

  • March 13 - Roxas (Brgy Pascalan Covered Court)
  • March 14 - Bulalacao (Municipal Gym)
  • March 15 - Mansalay (Municipal Gym)
  • March 16 - San Teodoro (Municipal Gym)


Camarines Sur

  • March 14 - Tinambac (In front of Municipal Building)
  • March 15 - Pasacao (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 16 - Calabanga (People's Octagon)


VISAYAS


Iloilo

  • March 14 - Ajuy (Brgy. Lanjagan Sports Gym)
  • March 15 - Badiangan (Municipal Hall)
  • March 16 - Calinog (2nd Floor Paragon Mall)
  • March 17 - Leon (Public Plaza)


Siquijor

  • March 16- Siquijor (Capital Square Gym)
  • March 17 - Maria (Evacuation Center, Poblacion)


Cebu

  • March 16 - Argao (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 17 - Carcar (Municipal Covered Court)


Leyte

  • March 15 - Padre Burgos (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 15 - Macrohon (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 16 - Matalom (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 16 - Maasin (Municipal Covered Court)


MINDANAO


Zamboanga del Sur

  • March 13 - Zamboanga City (Covered Court, Brgy Labuan)
  • March 14 - Zamboanga City (Barangay Hall Lobby, Brgy. Sinunuc)


Zamboanga Sibugay

  • March 16 - Tungawan (Municipal Hall, Brgy Poblacion)


Zamboanga del Norte

  • March 17 - Siayan (Sports Complex, Barangay Poblacion)


Misamis Oriental

  • March 16 - Libertad (Covered Court, Brgy. Poblacion)
  • March 17 - Initao (Covered Court, Brgy. Poblacion)


Lanao del Norte

  • March 16 - Sultan Naga Dimaporo (Sr. Citizen Bldg., Municipal Gov’t Compound)
  • March 17 -  Kapatagan (Villa Elena Gym, Brgy. Poblacion)


Davao del Norte

  • March 15 - New Corella (Municipal Gym)
  • March 16 - Sto. Tomas (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 17 - Dujali (Municipal Gym)


Sarangani

  • March 15 - Glan (Municipal Gym)
  • March 17 - Malapatan (Municipal Gym)


North Cotabato

  • March 16 - Matalam (Municipal Hall)
  • March 17 - Makilala (Public Market)


Surigao del Sur

  • March 14 - Marihatag (Municipal Hall)
  • March 15 - Bayabas (Public Terminal)


Surigao del Norte

  • March 16 - Tubod (Municipal Gym)
  • March 17 - Mainit (Freedom Stage)


Customers are advised to be ready with the following information for quick and hassle-free registration:

  • Full name 
  • Date of birth 
  • Sex 
  • Address 
  • Government ID with photo 
  • Mobile number 


Aside from supporting the NTC-led SIM registration, Globe earlier launched its own on-ground initiatives to provide onsite assistance. Its online platform (new.globe.com.ph/simreg) and the GlobeOne app are, meanwhile, open to serve customers 24/7 wherever they may be.


Globe aims to extend assistance to all customers, especially those experiencing challenges with the registration process, such as senior citizens, disabled individuals, pregnant women, basic phone users, and those without internet access. Customers using Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi may also bring their devices to the SIM Registration Assistance Desks to get help in registering their SIMs. 


The SIM Registration Act mandates the registration of all SIMs as a critical measure against the spread of criminal activities. 


Globe Sets Up Booths In 54 Remote Areas To Support NTC’s New Round Of SIM Registration Initiatives

As of Mar 8, 2023


Mobile leader Globe is setting up booths in 54 locations nationwide from March 7 to March 10, 2023 in support of the seventh round of the SIM registration assistance initiative of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC).


Customers who have not yet registered their SIMs may visit the location nearest them based on the following schedule:


LUZON


Apayao

  • March 7 - Calanasan (Municipal Hall)
  • March 8 - Luna (BGV Jr. Memorial Sports Center) 
  • March 9 - Santa Marcela (Municipal Gym)
  • March 10 - Kabugao (Municipal Hall)


Ilocos Norte

  • March 8 - Solsona (Civic Center)
  • March 9 - Dingras (Civic Center)
  • March 10 - Vintar (Covered Court)


Isabela 

  • March 7 - Naguilian (Community Center)
  • March 8 - Reina Mercedes (Municipal Gym)
  • March 9 - Ilagan City (Community Center)
  • March 10 - Gamu (Brgy. Linglingay Gym)


Zambales

  • March 7 - Botolan (Botolan Sports Complex)
  • March 8 - San Marcelino (San Marcelino Covered Court)
  • March 9 - Cabangan (Cabangan Sports Complex)


Laguna

  • March 9 - Calauan (Municipal Covered Grounds)
  • March 10 - Bay (Municipal Covered Grounds)


Batangas

  • March 7 - Mabini (Municipal Grounds)
  • March 8 - Balayan (Municipal Covered Court)


Occidental Mindoro

  • March 7 - Magsaysay (Municipal Gym)
  • March 8 - San Jose (Covered Court)


Marinduque

  • March 7- Torrijos (Municipal Covered Court)


Palawan

  • March 10 - Roxas (Commercial Center)


Camarines Norte

  • March 7 - Capalonga (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 8 - Paracale (Ginintuang Bulwagan)
  • March 9 - Labo (Sports Complex Poblacion)


Albay

  • March 9 - Tiwi (Public Market)


VISAYAS


Negros Occidental

  • March 8 - Don Salvador (Covered Gym)
  • March 9 - Toboso (Covered Court)
  • March 10 -  Manapla (Covered Gym)


Negros Oriental

  • March 9 - Canlaon (Barangay Mabigo Covered Court)
  • March 10 - Guilhulngan (Covered Court)


Cebu

  • March 9 - Barili (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 10 - Ronda (Municipal Covered Court)


Leyte

  • March 8 - Bontoc (Covered Court)
  • March 8 - Tomas Oppus (ICTO Center)
  • March 9 - Liloan (Covered Court)
  • March 9 - Sogod (Barangay Rizal Gym)


MINDANAO


Zamboanga del Norte

  • March 7 - Gutalac (Municipal Gymnasium, Brgy Salvador)


Zamboanga City

  • March 9 - Tictapul (Barangay covered court)


Misamis Oriental

  • March 9 - Cabanglasan (Covered Court, Barangay Poblacion)
  • March 10 - Lantapan (Covered Court, Barangay Poblacion)


Lanao del Norte

  • March 9 - Tagoloan (Municipal Evacuation Center, Near Municipal Hall)
  • March 10 - Balo-i (Municipal Covered Court)


Davao del Sur

  • March 8 - Matanao (Malipayon Park, Brgy. Poblacion)
  • March 9 - Bansalan (Brgy. Poblacion 2 Covered Court)
  • March 10 - Magsaysay (Municipal Gym)


Sultan Kudarat

  • March 7 - Sen. Ninoy Aquino (Gym)
  • March 8 - Bagumbayan  (Gym)
  • March 9 - Esperanza (LGU)


North Cotabato

  • March 8 - Pigcawayan (Municipal Hall)


Agusan del Norte

  • March 7 - Kitcharao (Bus Terminal) 


Surigao del Norte

  • March 8 - Placer (Dona Helen Cultural Center)
  • March 9 - San Agustin (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 10 - Cagwait (RTR Municipal Lobby)


For a quick and hassle-free registration, customers are requested to be ready with the following information when they go to the booths:


  • Full name 
  • Date of birth 
  • Sex 
  • Address 
  • Government ID with photo 
  • Mobile number 


Globe emphasized the company's commitment to providing excellent service to its customers and offering on-ground assistance to those who may face challenges with the registration process, especially in remote areas.


"We understand the importance of staying connected, especially during these challenging times. That's why Globe remains committed to providing our customers with the best possible service and support. With our SIM registration booths deployed across the country, we hope to make the registration process as easy and convenient as possible for everyone. We encourage our customers to visit these locations and comply with the government mandate before the deadline,” said Globe Channel Management Group Head Cleo Santos. 


Globe has already supported the first six rounds of NTC-led SIM registration aside from launching its own on-ground initiatives.  It also offers an online platform (new.globe.com.ph/simreg) and the GlobeOne app, available 24/7, to make it more convenient for customers to register their SIMs.


The company aims to reach out to all customers, particularly those having difficulties registering such as senior citizens, disabled persons, pregnant women, users of basic phones, and those without internet access. 


The SIM Registration Act requires the registration of all SIMs as a key measure against the proliferation of criminal activities.  Deadline for compliance is April 26, 2023, and failure to do so will result in SIM deactivation.



Globe Deploys More SIM Registration Assistance Desks Under New Round Of NTC-Led Effort

As of Mar 1, 2023


Mobile leader Globe continues to support the SIM registration assistance initiative of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC), setting up booths in 46 areas across the country from February 28 to March 4, 2023.


Globe encourages those who are yet to comply with the government mandate to visit these locations near them.  The schedule is as follows:


LUZON


Ifugao

  • February 28 - Lagawe (Municipal Compac)
  • March 1 - Banaue (Municipal Gym)
  • March 2 - Asipulo (Municipal Gym)
  • March 3 - Kiangan (Municipal Gym)


La Union

  • February 28 - Baguilin 
  • March 1 - San Gabriel
  • March 2 - Tubao
  • March 3 - Balaoan


Cagayan

  • March 2 - Sta. Ana (Municipal Gym)
  • March 2 - Buguey (Municipal Gym)
  • March 3 - Gonzaga (People’s Gym)
  • March 3 - Aparri (Municipal Gym)


Zambales

  • March 2 - Iba (Barangay Amungan Covered Court)
  • Marso 3 - Candelaria (Municipal Covered Court) 


Quezon

  • February 28 - Mulanay (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 1 - Catanuan (Municipal Covered Court)


Palawan

  • March 1 - Puerto Princesa City (Napsan Barangay Hall)
  • March 2 - Puerto Princesa City (Sabang Wharf)


VISAYAS


Capiz

  • March 1 - Maayon (Civic Center)
  • March 2 - President Roxas (Civic Center)
  • March 3 - Panay (Civic Center)


Negros Occidental

  • March 1 - Bacolod City (DICT)


Negros Oriental

  • March 3 - Siaton (Barangay Sumaliring)
  • March 4 - Bayawan (Barangay Suba Covered Court)


Cebu

  • March 2 - Daanbantayan (Municipal Covered Court)
  • March 3 - Sogod (Municipal Covered Court)


Biliran

  • March 1 - Cabucgayan (Municipal Gym)
  • March 1 - Biliran (Municipal Gym)
  • March 2 - Almeria (Municipal Gym)
  • March 3 - Naval (Municipal Gym)


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Zamboanga del Sur

  • March 2 - San Pablo (Municipality)
  • March 3 - Zamboanga City (Barangay Vitali)


Zamboanga Del Norte

  • March 3 - Dapitan City (Barangay Covered Court)


Misamis Occidental

  • March 2 - Panaon (Municipal Tennis Court)


Misamis Oriental

  • March 2 - Kinoguitan (Barangay Poblacion Covered Court)
  • March 3 - Balingoan (Barangay Lapinig Covered Court)


Misamis Occidental 

  • March 3 - Aloran (Municipal Gym, Barangay Poblacion)


Davao Del Sur

  • February 28 - Sta. Cruz (Old Municipal Gym)
  • March 2 - Hagonoy (Barangay Guihing Covered Court)


Sarangani

  • March 1 - Malungon (Municipal Gym)
  • March 2 - Glan (Municipal Gym)
  • March 2 - Alabel (Municipal Gym)
  • March 3 - Malandag (Municipal Gym)


Agusan Del Sur

  • March 2 - Prosperidad (Municipal Gym)
  • March 3 - San Francisco (Municipal Gym)


Surigao Del Sur

  • February 28 - Lingig (Municipal Gym)


Customers are requested to bring a phone with the SIM that they are registering together with the necessary information such as:


  • Full name 
  • Date of birth 
  • Sex 
  • Address 
  • Government ID with photo 


"We remain committed to providing our customers with the best possible service. Whether they choose to register their SIM online or offline, we are here to support them every step of the way. We understand that some may face challenges with the registration process, particularly in remote areas, which is why we are providing on-ground assistance where it's needed most. Our goal is to ensure that every customer can easily register their SIM and stay connected with their loved ones,” said Cleo Santos, Head of Globe’s Channel Management Group. 


Globe supported earlier rounds of NTC-led SIM registration, deploying assistance desks in over 90 areas. Last week, it launched its own National SIM Registration Week (NSRW), rolling out assistance desks in over 500 locations across the country from February 20, 2023 onwards.  


The company’s online SIM registration platform, new.globe.com.ph/simreg,  and the GlobeOne app are also available 24/7 to make it more convenient for everyone to register their SIM cards. For postpaid subscribers, just text SIMREG to 8080 to confirm that details earlier submitted to Globe are updated.


All these efforts are part of Globe’s goal to reach out to all customers, especially senior citizens, disabled persons, pregnant women, users of basic phones, and those with no internet access so they can comply with the SIM Registration Act before the April 26, 2023 deadline. 


The SIM Registration Act requires the registration of all SIMs as a major measure against the proliferation of criminal activity, including smishing and other mobile phone and online scams that have spread due to the anonymity allowed by the use of unregistered SIMs. 


Globe urges all mobile users in the country to register their SIMs and support the campaign.


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