Globe is in the forefront of technology. We are working for years in adapting the next generation Internet Protocol version 6 to ensure its clients and subscribers continued and enhanced services and application for the future of the Internet and beyond. Globe is also in line with the Philippine Government Initiative for IPv6 in the Executive Order 893 – Promoting the deployment and use of Internet Protocol version 6 - IPv6.
Last June 8, Globe have participated on the World IPv6 Day http://isoc.org/wp/worldipv6day the 1st of global IPv6 interoperation tests in which websites, content delivery providers and service providers will be participating as well. You may access Globe's IPv6 services and applications showcase
What is IPV6?
IPV6 is the latest revision of the Internet Protocol (IP), the communications protocol that provides an identification and location system for computers on networks and routes traffic across the Internet. IPv6 was developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) to deal with the long-anticipated problem of IPv4 address exhaustion.
Why Do We Need Ipv6?
When do we need to Upgrade or use Ipv6?
"When? That's the 2^128-address question," says Cisco's Fiocco. "As more and more consumers switch to IPv6 — AT&T, Comcast, Time Warner and other service providers now bring new households online via IPv6 as a matter of course — it would make sense for businesses to provide services and content via IPv6 sooner rather than later."
Owen DeLong, Hurricane Electric's IPv6 evangelist, agrees. "The sooner you start, the better you can plan/prepare. Plan on adding IPv6 to your existing capabilities and maintaining dual-stack for several years." He also warns, "Expect to have to touch everything in your network." That isn't easy.
Do Globe offers IPV6?
Yes, You may learn more here http://ipv6.globe.com.ph/#tunnel
Do IPV6 have Additional fees?
Totally none! Globe Telecom is providing a Ipv6 Tunnel that is cost effective and helpful
DO IT REALLY MATTERS?
Yes, surely do. As the internet is going on and on. Websites are now migrating to Ipv6 thus Ipv6 has more extensive features and security capability than the current Ipv4.