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Globe starts iPhone SE offer


Ayala- led Globe Telecom Inc. has started offering the new iPhone SE.

In a statement issued late Friday, Globe said the new iPhone was made available by the telco beginning May 16.

The iPhone SE is the most powerful smartphone with a four-inch display.

It has the same power of the iPhone through the advanced 64-bit A9 chip.

The new smartphone which is available in four metallic finishes, including rose gold, features longer battery life, camera innovation­s including 12-megapixel iSight camera, Live Photos, the ability to have video recording in 4K and Touch ID with Apple Pay.

Customers can get iPhone SE 16GB for P1,499 a month on Globe myLifestyl­e Plan 1,299 and a P200 monthly cashout for 24 months according to Globe.

The plan offers subscriber­s 3GB of mobile data together with three months free access to either the music streaming app Spotify or online video entertainm­ent service HOOQ.

It also has built-in unlimited calls and texts to Globe/TM as well as unlimited all-net texts.

“Globe always strives to give its customers only the best smartphone­s to fully enjoy an enriched digital lifestyle. With its exceptiona­l features and signature design, more customers will now have access to the renowned iOS features and interface. Coupled with the myLifestyl­e plans, our customers can maximize the feature of the iPhone SE alongside free access to some of our best and exclusive content. This way, one can truly experience more of what they love right on their device,” Issa Cabreira, senior vice president for consumer mobile marketing of Globe, said.

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