FREETXT : A Handy Solution for Globe & TM Prepaid Subscribers During Emergencies

Globe Telecom, the leading telecommunications company in the Phils. is introducing another “first of its kind” mobile solution for the Filipinos called FREETXT - Allowing Globe and Touch Mobile Users to send Free Text messages even with ZERO load
FreeTxt - Text for Free for Globe/TM & Smart/Talk'nText Subscribers
FreeTxt - Text for Free for Globe/TM & Smart/Talk'nText Subscribers
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Sept. 6, 2009 - PRLog -- Manila, Philippines –- More and more Filipinos are using FreeTxt.  Truth is— people didn’t realize the need to have an SMS service like FreeTxt until Globe Telecom introduced it. With just a few months since it started--- a lot of Globe and TM users are saying that they are glad they found out about FreeTxt.

There are many different useful SMS services around and Globe Telecom recognizes FreeTxt as one that aims to provide Filipinos a solution in times of emergencies. FreeTxt can be considered as a Public Service and Communications Tool for Globe and Touch Mobile Subscribers.  Now you can still send text messages even if you have Zero Prepaid credits on your mobile phone. Yes - believe it -- with FreeTxt you can still send Free text messages with Zero Load.

FreeTxt users are giving their feedback on how they are using it. FreeTxt has become an important SMS service they use because of its convenience and usefulness. Imagine going out in the middle of the night to look for an available prepaid loading station. With FreeTxt,  all you need to do is--  with Zero prepaid balance,  using FreeTxt,  text someone you know--- a friend, a classmate, your parents, an officemate -- to send you prepaid load and just pay them the amount after.

Another good thing about FreeTxt is Even with Zero remaining prepaid credits --- Globe and Touch Mobile subscribes can still register for Free! Then after completing the Free registration process you will be notified shortly --- and you can already start texting for free.

FreeTxt is open to all Globe/Touch Mobile Subscribers--even with ZERO Load you can still register! FreeTxt Registration is absolutely free.

1. Its Free to register ! Yes, even with ZERO load --- you can still register your Globe / TM mobile number to FreeTxt!

Type in: FREE (space) REG (space) First name/Last name/Location/Age/Gender --- then send it to 2625
Example: FREE _REG_ Ian/Robles/Quezon City/23/M – send to 2625

2.   Now that you’re registered—start sending text messages using FREETXT!

Type in:  FREE (space) (11 digit mobile no.of recipient) (space) (your message)  -- send to 2625.
Example:FREE_09171234567_Need help! Please call.--- send to 2625

Share this useful emergency tip with friends and family. Register your Globe/ Touch mobile numbers for FREE and be prepared for anything with FreeTxt.  With FreeTxt as your back up tool to communicate, we can be ready for any situation.  Be prepared.  Know how to FreeTxt.

For more information about the FreeTxt service text FREE to 2625. Or visit their website,

FreeTxt™ is a trademark owned by Feedtext International Pte, a Singapore-based company behind the development of the FreeTxt solution, with US Patent pending.

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Feedtext International Pte ., Singapore , is the development arm of Feedtext Inc. , U.S. Feedtext International Pte is a web and mobile entertainment company that develops consumer and business applications for media companies and wireless carriers in North America.

Axis Global Interactive (AGI), the leading web and applications company in the Philippines is the official Licensee of the FreeTxt platform in the country. AGI is a subsidiary of Philippine technology distributor Axis Global Technologies
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Location:Pasig City - Metro Manila - Philippines
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