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Thursday, August 18, 2016

How to stop eating my Prepaid load (Globe/TM)


     We know that eating our prepaid load in our account is very worst, instead of texting someone who's important they just eat our load balance. But, don't worry I have a tips on how to stop this issue.

If you are a Globe/TM subscribers then here's the steps on how to stop eating your prepaid load balance.

As we all noticed that every time our prepaid load has been eaten by any third party numbers, we received an sms from a different kind of 4 digit access numbers right?

If you want to stop all of the access numbers you're registered, you can reply them by texting STOP ALL to stop all your subscriptions from that particular access numbers, however if you want to check your subscription, you can text CHECK.


But, if you don't know all of the access numbers you're registered and want to stop all of your subscriptions easily so that they will not eat your prepaid load balance anymore, you can only do the following.

Just Contact Globe customer support for that and ask them about your inquiry which is to stop all of the 4- digit access numbers texting you and eating your load balance which is irritating to us.

Here are the following numbers you can call for Free using your Globe or TM prepaid sim.

*(02) 730-1010 - For Globe prepaid
*(02) 730-1000- For TM prepaid.


But, don't worry if you're shy you can still talk to them via chat. You can visit www.globe.com.ph and tap the Globe chat to connect or if you don't have an internet connection, you can chat them via text.

1. text HELP to 1234. it's free, no maintaining balance is required.
2. Reply Prepaid roaming (2 times)
3. Then reply NONE(3 times) 

It's a way to connect them easily.

That's it! If you need help, just comment below.

2 comments:

  1. Useful article thanks. However, NOTE that stopping the 4 digit access numbers thru the mechanism that you mentioned will only stop the current subscriptions. Unfortunately, you will still unknowingly bump into the same or other Globe-sponsored sites that will *re-subscribe* you to the same/more services. Globe's online and phone reps would not disclose their partner sites.

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  2. The hotline number is useless. It's a robot answering. I need a human being to check why my account is being deducted.

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