The clock is ticking for Prepaid SIM customers in the Philippines, as the expected July 25 deadline for SIM card registration draws near. With only a few days left, it is important for all users to act quickly and complete the registration process to avoid any disruption to their communication services. If you haven’t registered your SIM card yet, don’t worry, because Globe Telecom has made the process as easy and convenient as possible.
Kuya Kim taught us how to register your SIM card, follow these simple steps. First, visit new.globe.com.ph/simgreg or go to GlobeOneApp. From there, proceed to Step 2, where you need to fill in your details in the provided form. This information will be used to verify your identity, so be sure to provide correct information.
Next comes Step 3, where you need to upload a valid ID and take a selfie for identity verification purposes. Don’t worry, this is a standard procedure to ensure the safety and security of your account. Once you have completed these steps, proceed to Step 4, where you will complete the registration process, and your SIM card will be successfully registered.
Globe understands that there are some customers who need assistance during this process. If you encounter difficulties, do not hesitate to visit the nearest Globe store, where friendly and knowledgeable staff are ready to help you. Alternatively, you can ask a trusted family member to help you with the registration process.
Ensuring the safety of their customers is a top priority at Globe, and for this reason, they have set up a web reporting tool for customers to use if they encounter any scams or fraudulent activities. If you encounter suspicious incidents, like the one recently experienced by Kuya Kim, report it immediately through the web reporting tool available at https://www.globe.com.ph/stop-spam.html#gref .
For those worried about the possibility of losing their SIM card, there is certainly a straightforward process to recover it. Just verify that you are the rightful owner of the SIM card by presenting a notarized affidavit of loss and two original valid IDs (at least one government-issued). This process will ensure that only the authorized owner can access the SIM card.
It is important to note that Globe will fully comply with the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) set forth by the government regarding SIM card registration. After July 25, unregistered SIM cards will be temporarily deactivated. However, there is a grace period of five days until July 30 to complete the registration. On July 31, those who remain unregistered will face permanent deactivation of their SIM cards.
As the deadline approaches, Globe urges all its customers to take action and complete the registration process. Don’t wait until it’s too late, because not registering can lead to inconvenience and loss of service. Take a few minutes out of your day to register your SIM card and ensure smooth communication in the coming days. Your cooperation is important in complying with government regulations and maintaining a safe telecom environment for all Filipinos.