Missed Globe at Home’s fun event this weekend? Here’s how you can put together an intimate movie-and-series marathon for the family or barkada anytime you want.
Fun Stuff | By Trixie Reyna on July 9, 2017

Globe Streamfest

Regular activities like TV viewing and even watching movies have changed very rapidly in the last couple of years, thanks to technology, specifically the Internet. More and more people are skipping the habit of coming home at a particular time each day to catch their favorite TV shows—why hurry or wait, when you can binge-watch all of them in one go, whenever and wherever it’s convenient to you? And with movie tickets getting more expensive, it’s now more practical to just watch movies in the comfort of one’s home or anywhere, really, even while stuck in traffic. Thanks to technology, we can now do all that on our mobile devices without risking piracy or even lugging around DVDs or portable TVs.

Online video content selections​ ​are​ growing so quickly that families can now ​spend an entire weekend just watching the latest movies, TV shows, and viral clips. Of course, it’s still best to watch these on a larger screen, AKA a TV. And this is exactly what we experienced at the Globe at Home #StreamFest, a weekend of free movies, snacks, and loads of fun activities held at Bonifacio High Street last July 7 and 8, and which is ongoing at UP Town Center in Quezon City today, July 9.

Families and barkadas enjoyed ​free ​screenings of popular Netflix titles like Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Designated Survivor, as well as movies like The Amazing Spider-Man 1 and 2 courtesy of HOOQ, among other fun activities.

Globe Streamfest Trixie and Nic

I attended #StreamFest last Friday at Bonifacio High Street, where they kicked off the streaming with The Amazing Spider-Man 1.

Missed #StreamFest? You can actually organize your own in the comfort of your own homes with Globe at Home’s new GoBIG plans, which come with bigger data allocations at affordable rates as well as fast and reliable speeds.

For Plan 1299, customers can enjoy 300GB of data allocation per month with speeds of up to 5Mbps. Those who want to stream more can avail of Plan 1599, which has a data allowance of 400GB and speeds of up to 10Mbps, or Plan 1899, which has 500GB of data and speeds of up to 50Mbps.

All plans come with FREE additional 100 GB of data just for accessing YouTube, allowing you and your whole family to enjoy a wider variety of online video content—from music videos to recipes, DIY clips, and more.

By subscribing, you also get​ six months free access to Netflix and Disney Channel apps, as well as a two month subscription to HOOQ to get a diverse selection of local and foreign movies and TV series.

mi box globe

You may also want to inquire about streaming devices, like this new Mi Box Android TV, which allows you to sync your TV directly to your Google account and comes pre-installed with Google apps—without the need to sync it with your mobile device! You can get it for as low as P200/month for 24 months, included in your Globe at Home bill.

When you have your Globe at Home plan of choice, all you need is popcorn, booze, and the whole gang for your very own Stream Fest, whenever you want!

To check the availability of Globe At Home GoBIG plans in your area, visit checkavailability.globe.com.ph. For more information on the new Globe at Home plans, visit the website, call the Globe hotline at (02) 730-1010, or visit any Globe Store.


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