After the government exercised it’s power to study how the local telecommunications companies handle it’s business spearheaded by the senator who was in himself a victim of the ‘missing load,’ Sen. Juan Ponce Enrile, the National Telecommunications Commission decided to change how the telecoms bill it’s customers.

In reply to the NTC Memorandum Circular No. 05-07-09 (Guidelines on Unit of Billing of Mobile Voice Service), Globe Telecoms announced it’s new voice call billing under the so-called Per Pulse Billing.

Under the Per Pulse Billing, the customers will benefit from calls they made that are less than the 1-minute duration which is usually billed the price of the whole 1-minute duration. To follow the NTC guidelines, Globe Telecoms released it’s Per Pulse Charging scheme starting December 6, 2009.

For all Globe and TM subscribers who want to avail of the Per Pulse Charging, they need to dial the following:

  • 232 plus the 10-digit Globe or TM number (for Globe subscribers)
  • 803 plus the 10-digit Globe or TM number (for TM subscribers)
The new Per Pulse Rates are as follows:

  • PhP0.10/second for all calls within the Globe/TM network from Monday to Saturday
  • PhP0.05/second for all calls within the Globe/TM network on Sunday
The service is available to all Globe subscribers – Globe Prepaid, Postpaid, Tattoo Prepaid and TM. PhP7.50 balance should be maintain to avail the service for Globe subscribers while TM should maintain at least PhP6.50.

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