I don't see why not as long as the transferee is willing to assume the liabilities of the transferer.
This also assumes that Globe has approved the credentials of the transferee meaning, just like any new subscriber, they (Globe) have studied and determined the capability of the transferee to continue the postpaid subscription and the liabilities attached to the said subscription.
For simplicity though, I would understand if Globe would wait for the settlement of the transferer before any transfer could actually be done.
I totally agree to what ChitoReyes said.
It was March, early this year when I transferred one of my phone lines to another person.
We were asked to sign copies of the Transfer of Ownership form.
It is not necessary for the account free from financial obligations prior the transfer. I am looking at the form as I write this post. I have a copy of it for my records. There was an outstanding balance when the request was submitted.
There is a section in the document saying, the person who will assume ownership is responsible paying the outstanding balance and unbilled charges.
I hope this helps.
Go lang ng Go.
If you will assume responsibility to a postpaid line and you have an existing account with Globe, bring with you a valid ID and it is subject for approval.
If you are new to postpaid, it is processed as a brand new application. Please refer to this link for the requirements: http://www.globe.com.ph/help/postpaid/plans/plans-general-faqs?jsid=24F968A79170CCF636C4D781CF04A5F8.11370340532821
Hope this helps.