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EMAIL: Globe Telecom launches MobileMail
Posted by Carlo Guerrero - on Monday, 16.06.03 - 18:16:43 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 11963x
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Globe Telecom of the Philippines with a partnership with SingTel of Singapore and Optus of Australia have simultaneously launched a wirless email service based on System Seven's technology.

Mobile Mail is a service offered by GlobeSolutions, Globe Telecom’s corporate solutions arm. This service is the network’s answer to the corporate world’s insatiable need for productive and up-to-date solutions for businessmen who are out in the field. It is akin to having a virtual office that lets each subscriber have secure and confidential access to vital information.

With a connected PDA such as the Qtek 1010, subscribers to the serice will experience the ability to access and respond to corporate e-mail, check calendar information, access corporate contact lists and securely work with office files from any device connected to the Internet.

MobileMail Personal Edition is now available to subscribers for an affordable monthly maintenance fee of P500, and easy data access via GPRS for only P0.15/kb (applicable to company-issued lines).

For inquires on MobileMail, call the GlobeSolutions hotline (730-1999) or e-mail GlobeSolutions at

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Posted by Sandra Mae on 07.08.03 - 23:17:50

hello. can I also have an e-mail thru my cell phone although its only a prepaid? Thanks

Posted by Arne Hess on 08.08.03 - 17:43:42

@Sandra Mae: From the way I understand it, GlobeSolutions Mobile Mail is only available to post paid corporate subscribers.

But if all you want to do is get your email into your XDA or Qtek 1010, theoretically you can do this even with a prepaid account.

I know SMART's PrePaid Accounts already allow Dial-up access via CSD (Circuit Switched Data) instead of GPRS.  Globe might be the same.

Mabuhay! ~ Carlo

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