iPhone 7, Samsung S7 or Huawei P9: What to get for Christmas?

Are you torn among the latest smartphones?

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Huawei P9, Samsung S7 and iPhone 7 Globe Telecom

MANILA, Philippines – What are you going to reward yourself with this Christmas? Are you torn among the latest gadgets? Well, don’t look farther than the bestsellers namely, iPhone 7, Samsung S7 and Huawei P9.

But if their price tags are making you a little nervous, there’s a way to get them below P2,000 a month.

Globe Telecom is offering affordable postpaid plans which can make owning an iPhone 7 or a Samsung S7 or a Huawei P9 easier on the pocket. To help you find out which plan you should get, here’s a quick comparison.

Call and text credits

APPLE IPHONE 7 PLAN 1999SAMSUNG S7 PLAN 1499HUAWEI P9 PLAN 1499
unlimited calls and texts to Globe/TMunlimited calls and texts to Globe/TMunlimited calls and texts to Globe/TM
10 GB data allowance6 GB data allowance6 GB data allowance
299 texts to all networks  
P202 consumable 

Free digital content

APPLE IPHONE 7 PLAN 1999SAMSUNG S7 PLAN 1499HUAWEI P9 PLAN 1499
1-month access to Netflix1 GB of Spotify Premium or HOOQ6-month premium subscription to Netflix
3-month access to Spotify Premium 1 GB Spotify Premium or HOOQ
3-month access to HOOQ  
6-month access to Disney Channel apps  
6-month access to NBA League Pass 

Other freebies

APPLE IPHONE 7 PLAN 1999SAMSUNG S7 PLAN 1499HUAWEI P9 PLAN 1499
n/an/aHuawei VIP card (This gets customers one year one-to-one exchange, free door-to-door pickup or delivery service, free LCD replacement within three months from purchase, and priority service at selected customer service centers.)
Navigation Pack (Waze, Grab, Google Maps, MMDA, AccuWeather, PAGASA Mobile, IMReady), Explore Pack (Agoda, TripAdvisor, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, looloo, Zomato, Rakuten Travel) or Fitness Pack (MyFitnessPal, 7-Minute Workout, RunKeeper, Strava Running, Cycling GPS, Fitocracy, Pact)Navigation Pack (Waze, Grab, Google Maps, MMDA, AccuWeather, PAGASA Mobile, IMReady), Explore Pack (Agoda, TripAdvisor, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, looloo, Zomato, Rakuten Travel) or Fitness Pack (MyFitnessPal, 7-Minute Workout, RunKeeper, Strava Running, Cycling GPS, Fitocracy, Pact)Navigation Pack (Waze, Grab, Google Maps, MMDA, AccuWeather, PAGASA Mobile, IMReady), Explore Pack (Agoda, TripAdvisor, Cebu Pacific, Philippine Airlines, looloo, Zomato, Rakuten Travel) or Fitness Pack (MyFitnessPal, 7-Minute Workout, RunKeeper, Strava Running, Cycling GPS, Fitocracy, Pact)
Gadget CareGadget CareGadget Care
1 GB Globe Cloud1 GB Globe Cloud1 GB Globe Cloud
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Total investment

Each device has a lock-in period of 24 months. But as the table shows, the Huawei P9 plan requires the lowest investment overall.

APPLE IPHONE 7 PLAN 1999SAMSUNG S7 PLAN 1499HUAWEI P9 PLAN 1499
CASH-OUTP600/monthP500/month0
TOTAL CASH-OUT IN 24 MONTHSP14,400P12,0000
TOTAL COST PER MONTH (cash-out + price of plan)P2,599P1,999P1,499
TOTAL COST IN 24 MONTHSP62,376P47,976P35,976

Samsung S7, iPhone 7 and Huawei P9 are the bestselling smartphones now worldwide, according to the latest report by International Data Corporation. Aside from advanced features, they all have exceptional camera functions, which are, by the way, the second most important factor smartphone buyers consider, says a consumer insight firm. You’ll also love to have a great camera phone to use for your holiday escapades, won’t you?

So, which device will you get yourself for Christmas? Which plan fits your budget well? Is it iPhone 7 at P1,999 a month with a lot of free digital content, where you can enjoy guilt-free music and movie streaming? How about the Samsung S7 plan that’s competitive at just P1,499? At the same price, did the Huawei P9 plan with free premium access to Netflix and Huawei VIP perks grab your attention the most?

All plans selected for this comparison include devices with the smallest memory size, allowing you to afford a bestselling smartphone for only less than P2,000 a month. Globe is offering these affordable offers up to Dec. 31, 2016 only.

If you still can’t decide, check out the World War Phone debate here:


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