Almost all of the postpaid subscription contracts you sign with Globe (but Globe does not give a copy to its subscribers... go check) would indicate the following:
7.7 We reserve the right to bar, suspend or temporarily disconnect the Service(s) in the event we find inconsistencies in the information provided in your application form, non-payment of an overdue account, usage in excess of spending limit, abnormal usage patterns, fraud, or other similar cases. You shall have no cause of action against us for barring, suspension or temporary disconnection. We may resume or reconnect your service(s) once you fully comply with our requirements. Further, you will continue to be liable for any applicable charges and/or fees, including but not limited to the monthly service fees during the applicable period despite the barring, suspension or temporary disconnection of the Service(s).
To answer your question... yes... lalaki po iyan.
What you should have done was to have it terminated the moment you did not use the service anymore. In this way, Globe cannot charge you anymore.
Dealing with Globe for the past 21 years, documentation is a necessity.