There are two other options available.
1) Ask an existing Globe postpaid subscriber as a guarantor.
2) Pay your monthly bill 6 months in advance.
Please go over the FAQ's for further information about the process - http://www.globe.com.ph/help/postpaid/plans/plans-general-faqs?jsid=A44D3BB3E2B7D7760C77DBDCBDAE2887.11370849106528
Hope this helps.
What if a guarantor but not an existing globe subscriber?
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Moving on with your concern.
There are other requirements or documents that you may present as proof income.
You may take a look at all of them in this page.
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how about if they consider the company as a BPO company?