Employees of Globe Telecom did not let-up on relief operations, working through Christmas Eve and Christmas Day to help thousands of families in Cagayan de Oro and Iligan affected by Typhoon Sendong. Globe volunteers repacked relief goods over Christmas and continued to extend free all-network calls and SMS as well as free internet access. Relief work will continue for the rest of the week, with funding from SingTel. Photo shows relief operations in Montalban, Bgy 14, Cagayan de Oro last December 23.

PUBLIC ADVISORY

Globe Telecom continues to run its Libreng Tawag facilities to help families affected by Typhoon Sendong communicate with their kin. Residents can make FREE calls and send text messages to ALL networks as well as two-minute international calls. Selected facilities are also equipped with free internet connections.

The Globe Libreng Tawag facilities are located in the following areas:

Cagayan de Oro

  • West City Central School
  • City Central School
  • Bgy. Hall, Macasandig

Iligan

The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council reported that over 53,000 families in Iligan and Cagayan de Oro were affected in the worst floods to hit the region in 25 years, of which over 11,000 remain in 42 evacuation centers.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

Yoly Crisanto
Head, Corporate Communications
Globe Telecom
Tel. No. 730 2627
Fax no. 739 3075
Email: globe.corpcomm@gmail.com

 

Globe's Libreng Tawag in CDO & Iligan by
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