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Johnny Fatality

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Oct 14, 2015
You can now extend your unused data allocation or remaining MB on your existing promo when expired. Example: You registered to GOSURF50 for 3 days and the promo is about to expire but you still have an existing data allocation, to make use of it just text ROLLOVER to 8888 for only 5php your remaining data allocation will be extended for 1 more day. The process can be repeated as long as you still have remaining unused data on your promo. This is a legit promo coutesy of GLOBE TELECOM.

Hope this helps. Thanks and more power ;)
Bago boss?

Parang pamalit kat gt5 to, salamat
hindi naman cguro pamalit ito sa gt 5. as wha i understood, parang extension lang ito kung malapit na ma expire ang registration mo hindi madadagdagan ang data mo. just my 2 cents
Hindi siguro, ma extend lang yung day nito, for example malapit na mag expired ang GOSURF50 tapos may 100mb ka pang data. Pwede mo i extend ang days nito... For only 5/day...
Yes tama ka boss.. Pang extend lang ito kung di mo maubos ubos yung remaining data mo example yung GS99 + GT5 trick kung may natitira pang allocation dun pwede mo extend ng isang araw kung mag eexpire na sya at nasasayangan ka sa data na di mo nagamit.

Bago boss?

Parang pamalit kat gt5 to, salamat
Sa remaining allocation parin nakadepende ma'am I mean wala syang katumbas na surfing data pag nag extend ka bali yung di mo lang naconsume sa promo mo na mag eexpire na yan lang magagamit ko kung gagamit ka ng ROLLOVER.
Idea Name: Rollover Data, Minutes, and SMS
What is the problem that are being solved: This will address some postpaid customers' dilemma, that is, wasted data, call minutes, and SMS allocations.
Target Customer: Postpaid Users
The Idea:

A postpaid customer's remaining (if there are any) data (in megabytes or time, depends on the plan), call minutes, and SMS should roll over the following billing cycle. The next cycle, a subscribers usage will be deducted from his normal plan allocation first. In the event that the subscriber overspends, that should be deducted from his rollover allowance. If a subscriber doesn't use his rollover allowance, it will rollover again to the next billing cycle. Rollovers can be valid for a set number of billing cycles (i.e. 6 billing cycles), some mobile network operators abroad typically allow rollovers for 12 billing cycles.
kita nyo na po, daming tiga globobo dito, nakatambay lang sila natitig sa mga post na bug then, after 1 week katay na , haha,
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