Globe Roll Over and Data Sharing for Postpaid Subscribers

Imagine if unconsumed bandwidth or data allowance can be rolled over to the next cut-off. (That is if you don’t over abuse your data allowance, hehe!) But yes, the idea is, if you did not consume the allotted bandwidth to you is that you can add it to your next month allowance.

And what if you feel generous one day and you want to simply “share” your data. Well, this is already being implemented by Smart and PLDT. They call this as PasaData.

Now for Globe, they also introduced new features for its postpaid subscribers: Roll Over and Data Sharing

GoSURF Share and GoSURF Rollover

  • GoSurf Rollover is if you used only 2 GB of your 3 GB data allowance this month, for example, your left-over data will be added to your next month’s allowance. 
  • Data Rollover has no extra charge.
  • Rolled over data allowance will be consumed first on the following month.
  • All remaining rolled-over data will be forfeited on the second month if not used.
  • GoSurf Share is if you had the chance, wouldn’t it be nice to share? With myLifestyle Plan, you can share your data with your loved ones or other devices!
  • GoSurf Share is not free.

Globe Data Sharing

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Data sharing is the capability of our new improved GoSURF called GoSURF Share. It allows customers to share their data allowance with their loved ones and only with postpaid lines under the same account. Shared data allowance is consumed on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • What is data sharing?
  • There are 2 new variants of GoSURF: GoSURF Share and GoSURF with Rollover.GoSURF Share contains data allowance that can be shared with mobile numbers under the same account for a minimal fee of P100 per number per month. Whatever remains unused at the end of the month gets rolled over to the succeeding month or bill cycle.On the other hand, GoSURF with Rollover contains data allowance that can roll over for another month if unused but cannot be shared.
  • What are the new variants of GoSURF?
  • Data roll over is the capability to extend the validity of your unused GoSURF data allowance for another month.
  • What is data roll over?
  • Roll over of unused data is free of charge, as long as you’re enrolled in a GoSURF Share or GoSURF with Rollover service.
  • Is there a fee when I share my data?
  • Yes, there’s a P100 share fee per month for every daughter/child account enrolled for sharing. The mother account from which the shared data will come will not be charged the share fee.There’s no limit to the number of daughter accounts that you can share your data with, provided they’re all under the same account number. Sharing of data with a postpaid account that’s not part of these group will not be allowed.
  • Who are qualified for sharing and rollover?
  • Customers who are enrolled in any GoSURF plan under the myLifestyle Plan or Platinum Lifestyle Plans are eligible for data sharing and roll over. If you’re not under any of these plans, you need to migrate to a myLifestyle or Platinum Lifestyle Plan of the same monthly recurring fee (MRF) or higher, so you can enjoy sharing and roll over of data.
  • Can I share my data with anyone I like?
  • Data sharing may only be done among postpaid lines under the same account number. If you wish to share data with a customer outside of this account number, you’ll need to incorporate them into the account group via transfer of ownership at a Globe store. The postpaid account with whom data will be shared will have a share fee of P100 per month.Moreover, data sharing may only be done with SIMs/customers enrolled in the following plans only:
    • myLifestyle Plan (for family members/actual users)
    • Share Plan 100 (data-only plan for additional devices)

How to activate GOSurf RollOver & Data Sharing.

Currently, you have to go to Globe’s website to activate this feature. GOSurf RollOver, GOSurf Data Sharing.

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