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Monday, November 25, 2019

What is Globe GoWiFi?

Globe GoWiFi is a hotspot that provides high-speed internet access that is safe and secure in over 2,000 locations and more than 10,000 access points nationwide for free or with a fee!

What is Globe GoWiFi?
What is Globe GoWiFi?

The GoWiFi deployment first appeared at Metro Rail Transit or MRT-3 stations when Globe announced about the 2,500 access points and 126 hotspots a few years ago. Followed by the Light Rail Transit, which was also part of the national GoWiFi project of Globe. From there on, the list of locations grew exponentially, from NCR, South Luzon, North Luzon, Visayas to Mindanao.

Where can you find GoWiFi hotspots nationwide?
  • Starbucks
  • Ayala Malls
  • Aranet Centers
  • Bonifacio Highstreet
  • Megaworld Lifestyle Malls
  • Robinsons Malls
  • SM Supermarkets
  • NAIA
  • Mactan Cebu
  • LRT
  • MetroRail Yellow Line
  • Boracay

Globe’s GoWiFi is also available at some hospitals. These are the Philippine General Hospital, Cardinal Santos Hospital, Davao Doctors Hospital, The Medical City, and St. Luke’s Medical Center to site some examples.

Also Read: Globe GoSURF50 Now with 6GB of Data and Unli All Net Texts; Still for Only 50 Pesos

The GoWiFi is also installed in schools and universities located in Batangas, Caloocan, Marikina, Mandaluyong, Las PiƱas, Valenzuela, Quezon City, and Makati, such as the Far Eastern University and Bulacan State University to name a few. With this public use of the internet, students can take their computers or smartphones and research their school assignments or projects.

And as you may have guessed, it is also located in some government offices, in fact, some LGUs have been using the GoWiFi hotspot for some time now. Moreover, Makati City and Manila partnered with Globe recently for free GoWiFi in key areas.

There are two types of GoWiFi – the free GoWiFi and the GoWiFi Auto. The latter gives you premium access of one day to thirty days of online surfing. While the former gives everyone the full benefit of fast connection through this free WiFi in public areas.

It doesn’t matter what service provider you are using, it is open to all Philippine mobile numbers - Globe, TM, Smart, Sun, and TNT. You can always connect for free in the given amount of time. And, if in case your time is up, you can subscribe to GoWiFi Premium. Of course, there is a benefit if you are a Globe or TM subscriber. This is the Free 1GB GoWiFi every time they register to GoSURF50 and up as well as EasySURF50 and up.

See Also: List of Globe Prepaid Promos for 2019

What are the GoWiFi promos you can subscribe to?
  • GoWiFi Auto 15 - 500MB of data allocation for a day for only 15 pesos
  • GoWiFi Auto 50 - 1.5GB of data allocation for 50 pesos valid for 3 days
  • GoWiFi Auto 99 - 1.5GB of data allocation for 30 days for only Php99

How can customers gain access to these promos?
You can pay via prepaid load, credit card, postpaid bill, or through Request-a-Fi feature. So what is Request a-Fi? It is a request made to your Globe or TM user friends to gain access to the promo.

Here is the step-by-step guide to sign in with GoWiFi:
  1. Open your phone and click WiFi settings.
  2. From there, you can see @FreeGoWiFi or @establishment_FreeGoWiFi (ex. @AyalaMalls_FreeGoWiFi) option. Click it.
  3. As you connect with @FreeGoWiFi, there will appear a ‘Go’ button. Click and proceed.
  4. Watch and close the advertisement.
  5. There will appear another ‘Go’ button. As you click it, you are now eligible for the free WiFi.

What if you want to Sign-in with GoWiFi Auto? No problem. It’s as easy as 1-2-3.
  • From your WiFi setting, click @GoWiFi_Auto
  • Enter your mobile number and click the ‘Go’ button.
  • A code will be sent to your mobile number.
  • Type the confirmation code, and click Go.
  • Choose the packages you want to avail.
  • Done. Enjoy your data!

Connecting with your friends and loved ones everywhere has never been this easy. To learn more, visit https://www.globe.com.ph/gowifi.html

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