2 Replies Latest reply on May 8, 2013 12:39 PM by hcescala

    upgrade to new line?

    qtmashi
      hello,i just want to ask if its possible for me to change my unit and plan?..im currently in superplan 1799 with s3,is it possible if i want to upgrade to plan 2500 with s4?..if so,how much would i pay?..tnx..
        • Re: upgrade to new line?
          Demerok

          Upgrade of plan is allowed however it doesnt come with the unit, theres no offering yet similar to the Iphone 5 early recontracting.

           

          But if you still want to avail the s4 while keeping your current number, you'll need to pay for the handset based price of the unit you previously availed (100% or 50%) depending on the lenght of you contract.

           

          or you may apply for an additional line+phone provided that your credit limit or your financial document will suffice the additional plan you will be availing.

          • Re: upgrade to new line?
            hcescala

            @qtmashi upgrading of plan is possible as what demerok has said but it doesn't come with a Free handset. If you really want S4 you can tweet @talk2Globe or call the recontracting department to check how much would you need to pay if you are going to avail the S4 under recontracting. You must also check when will your Plan was availed and how many months remainig before the contract ends, another possible solution is to terminate your current plan then apply a new one. Both option has corresponding fees and computation. 

             

            To give you an idea for termination payment: 50% of the unit price if the remaining contract period is below 1 year while 100% of the Unit price if beyond 1 year

             

            Remaining Months in the Contract: 15 Mos

            Handset Price (No. of months remainig on the contract/No. of months of Contract)

            Sample: S3 Handset

            31000x(15 months remaining on your contract / 24 Months Lock up Period) = Php19375. 

             

            You need to settle Php19375 to terminate your current account.

             

            Disclaimer: the formula was provided to me by the CSR i talked to when i ask for termination. :smileyvery-happy: