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Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Globe to Start Charging Tattoo Subscribers with Printing and Delivery Fee

It has been so many months since my last post in my blog.  Today is my birthday, a special day for me so I decided to blog again.  I received an email from Globe Tattoo DSL containing my bill for the month of August (covering Aug-Sep).  On its first page, there is a letter coming from Nikko Acosta, Head, Consumer Broadband Business stating a mandatory registration to their electronic billing system.  This means that you will no longer received a hard copy of your bill, instead you will be receiving it thru email within 5 days after your bill cut-off date.  Globe eBill is an electronic copy of your Globe billing statement. Your eBill contains the same detailed information and layout as your paper bill. This will be delivered in a convenient PDF document that is easy to view and save. For your added security, this document will be password protected. Information on the password combination will be communicated in our email.

Should you wish not to enroll in their Globe eBill, Tattoo subscribers will be charged PhP25.00 for printing and delivery fee commencing October 2012.  The amount collected will help their network modernization program establish and sustain the Tattoo@Home seedling nurseries in the Cordilleras.

I love receiving and collecting bills especially enclosed in an envelope. I collect all of my statement of accounts since the first month of billing period.  The notice is just so short.  Globe really sucks as they did not give the subscriber a choice on the mode of billing.  I do not have a choice but no subscribe to their eBill.

 How to register for Paperless Billing? 
You may register through any of the following channels:
• Text "GLOBEGREEN " to 2327 to register
• Accomplish and submit the Paperless Billing Enrollment Form
• Email your account number and your intention to subscribe to paperless billing to talk@globetel.com.ph

Here's the official statement:

1 comment:

dabignoob said...

Cut cost and increase profit. Pose as a green company but pass the burden to the paying customers. (>.<)

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