Globe restores services in more towns in Bohol, Cebu and Leyte

Extends free SMS blast services to LGUs for disaster response #GlobeOfGood total donations reach P19.5-M

Globe has restored network services in more towns in Bohol, Cebu and Leyte bringing Visayas closer to completion. The municipalities of Anda, Dauis, Loon and Panglao in Bohol, San Fernando in Cebu, and Baybay, Albuera in Leyte, and Limasawa in Southern Leyte have completed repairs.


Globe, through the help of local government units have made it possible to hasten restoration efforts across different provinces hit by Typhoon Odette.


In Mindanao, network services have also been restored in Tagana-an, Surigao del Norte.


Disaster Response Communication Assistance to LGUs


Globe equipped local government units in areas hit by Typhoon Odette with the M360 platform, providing a one-time package with free SMS blast services for 30 days.  This initiative aims to aid LGUs in their ongoing community disaster relief and recovery operations and to complement areas with restored cellular signal.


With this service, LGUs are able to immediately send important updates to their offices and constituencies via text message – a much-needed resource in disaster response where quick dissemination of information is crucial.


Palawan, Southern Leyte, and Cebu municipalities Naga, Cordova and the city of Mandaue, were among the first to avail of this free service. Other LGUs affected by Typhoon Odette are also encouraged to make use of this assistance via Globe Business representatives until February 28, 2022.




Coming from the holidays, Globe and TM customers were able to raise up to P917,483 worth of donations through Globe Rewards. This brings total donations raised to P19.5 million, including those collected through GCash’s initiative.


Donation channels are still open through the New GlobeOne app and #GCashGives Back. Customers can donate to the latter through this LINK, where they can access QR Codes of partner-beneficiaries, including Ayala Foundation, GMA Kapuso Foundation, and Rise Against Hunger Philippines.

Likewise, GOMO customers can also convert their data into donations until January 15. Through GOMO’s Mo Creds feature, customers can donate up to PhP 100 using their data. Conversions are as follows:

  • 1GB = P10
  • 5GB = P50
  • 10GB = P100


To know more about Globe’s response and relief efforts for Typhoon Odette, visit


Globe maintains 49 Libreng Tawag and Libreng Charging stations in affected regions to keep Filipinos connected


Globe is ensuring that our kababayans stay connected through their Libreng Tawag and Libreng Charging (LTLC) stations.


They’ve maintained LTLC sites in Palawan, Bohol, Cebu, Leyte, Surigao, and Dinagat Islands, supporting the local communities as they continue to rebuild and recover.


For more information on Libreng Tawag and Libreng Charging stations set up in the affected areas, please visit:


Free and unlimited GoWiFi

Globe is also providing FREE and UNLIMITED GoWiFi in select malls, government offices and airports in Visayas and Mindanao areas affected by Typhoon Odette.

For more information on GoWiFi sites visit:



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