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Globe Group hauls 3 gold, 1 silver, 3 bronze in 2022 Asia-Pacific Stevie® Awards

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The Globe Group has bagged seven awards at the 2022 Asia-Pacific Stevie® Awards, reflecting its commitment to innovation, growth, and community service.

 

Globe Business Enterprise Group won the Gold Stevie for Innovation in Branded Entertainment Videos through its Project Eagle 2021 Thematic Video. The Globe Business MSME Group also took two Bronze awards for Innovation in Brand Development with Saludo SMEs 2021 – Tuloy Tayo! and Innovation in Content Marketing / Branded Editorial with the Gift Local “Buy Once Give Twice” Campaign.

 

Sa Globe Rewards, Atin ang #GDayEveryday (With Globe Rewards, we can make every day a G Day) also received a Bronze award for Innovation in Community Relations or Public Service in helping customers.

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The Asticom Group of Companies, a Globe affiliate, also won three Stevie awards.  It was bestowed two golds for Innovation in Human Resource Management, Planning & Practice, and Innovative Use of Technology in Human Resources; and a Silver for Innovative Achievement in Growth for launching three new subsidiaries and acquiring another.

 

“We are very honored to be recognized on the international stage for our efforts to help Filipinos during the pandemic.  We hope that our innovative campaigns will continue to inspire more people and organizations to push forward as the country slowly recovers from the impact of the health crisis,” said Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu.

 

“As part of the Globe Group, we’re honored and proud to be among the 2022 Asia-Pacific Stevie Awardees. At Asticom Group of Companies, we continue to support Globe’s pursuit of innovation and growth through our services that aim to help improve Filipino lives. These awards are a testament to our commitment to supporting businesses and creating opportunities for Filipinos,” said Mharicar Castillo-Reyes, Asticom President and CEO.

The Globe Group competed with more than 900 nominations for innovative achievements in the 29-nation Asia Pacific region.

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The Stevie Awards are widely considered the world’s premier business awards, conferring recognition for achievement in the workplace over the past 20 years in programs such as The International Business Awards® and The American Business Awards®.

 

Gold, Silver, and Bronze Stevie Award winners were determined by the average scores of more than 100 executives worldwide acting as judges in March and April.

 

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Aside from the Philippines, the 2022 Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards recognized organizations in markets including Australia, Belarus, Cambodia, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Maldives, Nigeria, Singapore, Sri Lanka, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, the United States, and Vietnam.

 

“The submissions in the ninth edition of the Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards were outstanding this year. The judges remarked that the innovation and perseverance demonstrated in the nominations were inspiring. We applaud all the Stevie Award winners this year and look forward to celebrating them on June 29,” said Maggie Miller, Stevie Awards President.

 

To learn more about Globe, visit www.globe.com.ph.

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Globe Joins NTC-led assisted Registration in 30 More Areas #SimCardRegistration

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Globe, the leader in Mobile, is kicking off February with its continuing participation in the SIM registration assistance initiative led by the government, deploying booths in 30 more areas.

From February 1 to 3, Globe will provide SIM registration assistance in far-flung towns from northern to southern provinces to reach as many customers as possible before the April 26, 2023 deadline.

“We are undertaking a multi-pronged effort to be as inclusive as we can in the SIM registration process. Globe is there for our customers whether online or offline. We will work alongside the government all the way in bringing support for SIM registration on the ground where our customers need us,” said Cleo Santos, Head of Globe’s Channel Management Group.

Residents in the following towns may proceed to these locations if they need help to register their Globe or TM SIMs.

Globe Joins NTC-led assisted Registration in 30 More Areas #SimCardRegistration

February 1, 2023

 

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●       Gattaran, Cagayan (in front of town hall)

 

February 2, 2023

 

●       Bangui, Ilocos Norte (Tourism Building)

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●       Allacapan, Cagayan (in front of town hall)

●       Florida Blanca, Pampanga (Barangay Nabuklod covered court)

●       Lemery Batangas (municipal covered court)

●       Gasan, Marinduque (municipal covered court)

●       Bacacay, Albay (Bacacay East Central School Covered Court)

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●       Madalag, Aklan (covered court)

●       Oslob, Cebu (covered court)

●       Tolosa, Leyte (town gymnasium)

●       Sergio Osmeña, Zamboanga del Norte (town gymnasium)

●       Baungon, Bukidnon (municipal covered court)

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●       Laak, Davao de Oro (town gymnasium)

●       Antipas, Cotabato (municipal public terminal)

●       Esperanza, Agusan del Norte (municipal covered court)

●       Tublay, Benguet (covered basketball court/gym)

 

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February 3, 2023

 

●       Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte (Cultural and Sports Complex)

●       Limay, Bataan (Sports Complex)

●       Lian, Batangas (covered court)

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●       Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro (municipal grounds)

●       Pilar, Sorsogon (Bonifacio Covered Court)

●       Lemery, Iloilo (covered gymnasium)

●       Malabuyoc, Cebu (municipal covered court)

●       Tanauan, Leyte (Tanauan Civic Center)

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●       Josefina, Zamboanga del Sur (covered court)

●       San Fernando, Bukidnon (municipal gymnasium)

●       Kiblawan, Davao del Sur (Mata’s Gym)

●       President Roxas, Cotabato (municipal gymnasium)

●       City of Bayugan, Agusan del Sur (City Hall compound)

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●       Kapangan, Benguet (covered basketball court/gym)

 

SIM Registration booths are open to all, especially senior citizens, PWDs, those using basic/feature phones or those without internet access.

To register, the following information must be ready:

●       Full name

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●       Date of birth

●       Sex

●       Address

●       Government ID with photo

●       Mobile number

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Globe also supported the first round of government-led SIM registration assistance, deploying booths to 15 areas from January 25 to 27. It has also started rolling out its own SIM registration assistance desk across the country, partnering with Puregold from January 27 to 29 to provide help to SIM users. Globe also recently held assisted registration for festival goers at the Sinulog Festival in Cebu and the Dinagyang Festival in Iloilo.

Globe’s online SIM registration platform, https://new.globe.com.ph/simreg, is accessible 24/7 for Globe and TM users to register their SIMs. The GlobeOne app will also soon be enabled for SIM registration to give customers greater convenience while providing exclusive deals and offers.

As of January 31, Globe has logged over 11 million registered prepaid SIMs. Globe is again urging its customers to plan and schedule their registration, as failure to do so within deadline will lead to SIM deactivation.

 

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Globe Logs over 11M Prepaid SIM Registrants, urges Customers to Register before April 26 Deadline

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Globe, the leader in Mobile, has registered more than 11 million active prepaid SIMs around a month after the law mandating all Filipinos to register their SIMs took full effect.

Globe hit the milestone 11-million mark on Monday, January 30, 2023, a month after the SIM Registration Act was rolled out as a measure to stop cybercrime, including scam messages that proliferated due to the anonymity provided by prepaid SIMs.

“We are grateful to our customers for promptly registering their SIMs. We understand the importance of addressing the proliferation of scam and spam messages and have made it our priority to provide our customers with a seamless registration process. We are committed to meeting the deadline and continuing our efforts to protect our customers from scammers and fraudsters,” said Darius Delgado, Head of Globe’s Consumer Mobile Business.

Globe urges its customers who have yet to register to visit its user-friendly registration portal https://new.globe.com.ph/simreg. There are an estimated 87.4 million existing SIM users under the Globe network.

Registration via the GlobeOne app will begin in February as an added channel where customers may register their SIMs. As a user of GlobeOne, customers will have access to exclusive offers and deals that are available only in the app.

Globe also provided support for government-led assisted registration in priority sites nationwide from January 25 to 27. Globe established booths in 15 areas and provided assistance to anyone who needed help, especially those in need of special assistance, including senior citizens, PWDs awww and those using basic/feature phones.

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Other than supporting the NTC-led assisted SIM registration, Globe has also started rolling out its own on-site assistance booths across the country. From January 27 to 29, it led SIM registration assistance in 30 Puregold branches in strategic locations in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. It will extend SIM registration assistance in other locations soon.

These efforts aim to provide inclusive ways to get its customers registered by the April 26, 2023 deadline. Users who fail to complete their registration on time will have their SIMs deactivated.

Even before the new law was implemented, Globe has taken several steps to curb disruptive messages through proactive blocking, threat intelligence partnerships with financial institutions, a customer reporting portal, plus an awareness and education campaign to help customers with online protection.

To learn more about Globe and the SIM registration process, visit https://www.globe.com.ph/register-sim-card.html.

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Globe Deactivates, Blacklists More than 50,000 SIMs Linked to Fraud in 2022

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Leading digital solutions platform Globe deactivated and blacklisted more than 50,000 SIMs last year as it continued to intensify consumer protection initiatives amid the rising cases of online fraud.

Globe deactivated 20,225 SIMs and blacklisted 35,333 SIMs involved in scam and spam messages in 2022 alone as part of its campaign for internet safety.

This was on top of the record 2.72 billion scam and spam messages it blocked last year, 83.4 million of which were bank-related. All these efforts have been on-going to protect customers from harmful content and fraud before the enactment of the SIM Registration Act.

“Globe recognizes the growing threat posed by scammers, who use various tactics, including text messages, to deceive innocent victims into giving up personal information that could be used to compromise their financial accounts. We will continue to invest in our cybersecurity program to protect our customers from these unscrupulous individuals,” said Anton Bonifacio, Globe Chief Information Security Officer.

Under its filtering protocol, Globe deactivates SIMs within its network once detected to have been involved in fraud. Meanwhile, SIMs outside of the Globe network are blacklisted to prevent them from sending to Globe.

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On its own, Globe has taken a proactive approach to combat cybercrime schemes through various initiatives. It has implemented blocking mechanisms, established partnerships with financial institutions for threat intelligence, created a customer reporting portal, and launched an awareness and education campaign to empower customers with the knowledge and tools they need to protect themselves.

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Meanwhile, in a move to address growing concern over the use of unregistered SIMs in committing cybercrimes, the government introduced Republic Act No. 11934, also known as the SIM (subscriber identity module) Registration Act. Signed into law in October, the measure requires all mobile and broadband users to register their SIMs with their respective service providers to ensure that they are properly identified.

As of January 25, Globe has logged 10.4 million registrations of prepaid SIMs.

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