ABS-CBN Mobile Officially Launched, Gives 100,000 New SIM Card To Typhoon Survivors

At long last, broadcast giant, ABS-CBN has launched its mobile service – ABS-CBN Mobile. I know ABS-CBN is prepping a grand launch for the new mobile service. But after Super Typhoon Haiyan (local name: Yolanda) ravaged the Visayas region, the company decided to quietly launch the service and gave away 100,000 SIM card to survivors for them to communicate with their love ones. SIM cards will be included in the relief packages being distributed by ABS-CBN Sagip Kapamilya Foundation.

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ABS-CBN Mobile SIMs are loaded with P50 load, 15 free texts to all networks, and 5MB worth of mobile internet. The company is also selling 100,000 SIM cards in Metro Manila and other parts of the country. SIM cards are now available in tiangges and cellphone stores. Just look for the logo above.

So, what are ABS-CBN Mobile’s services? So far, only prepaid services are available and postpaid services will be offered soon. Since this is a new telco, services are still limited.

Kapamilya Online 20 – 45MB worth of internet consumable for 1 day – text KOL20 to 2135

Kapamilya Online 50 – 120 MB worth of internet consumable for 3 days – text KOL50 to 2135

Kapamilya Text All 15 – 75 texts to all networks for 2 days – text KTAN15 to 2135

Kapamilya Call All Net 20 – P5/min call to all networks for 2 days – KCAN20 to 2135

Kapamilya Unli Chat 15 – Unli Viber Chat and Calls for 1 day – KUC15 to 2135

 ABS-CBN and Globe Telecom forged a network sharing agreement about 6 months ago. This means, ABS-CBN Mobile will be using Globe’s network but offers different services.

To know more about ABS-CBN Mobile, click here.

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