Plus, get a chance to win special prizes on their Facebook contest!
Finding the right connection has never been this easy with GoWiFi! Now available in over 1,500 locations nationwide, GoWiFi allows more Filipinos to connect to fast and reliable internet up to 100Mbps.
GoWiFi is a public hotspot service by Globe Telecom that provides customers a better WiFi experience. GoWiFi had already expanded its services last year to over 1500 locations and more than 10,000 access points all over the Philippines. These include major malls (Ayala Malls, Robinsons Malls, SM Supermalls, Megaworld Malls), select convenience stores, coffee shops, restaurants, airports, LRT/MRT train stations, hospitals, and schools. Anyone can connect to the public hotspot through their WiFi-enabled phone or gadget, regardless of the network provider.
The Free GoWiFi comes with free access of 15 minutes to 2 hours per user every day. Connecting to this service is easy. Just enable your WiFi settings and connect to @FreeGoWiFi hotspot. A portal will pop-up, follow the instructions, click GO and start surfing.
To further highlight its various benefits – speed, no passwords, instant connection, and availability in over a thousand locations – GoWiFi also recently launched an ad campaign called the #FindYourConnection series. The videos, which talk about finding the right WiFi for you and equating it to finding your right match in love, can be found on the GoWiFi Facebook page.
GoWiFi is also offering a special promo on their Facebook page where couples can get in on the #HowIFoundMyConnection fun by sharing their own personal love stories! Simply like GoWiFi’s Facebook page and then visit this link. Enter your contact details, upload a couple photo, and caption it with a story of how you met your significant other. Two tickets to Sam Smith’s Manila concert or one month free GoWiFi Auto access are up for grabs! Plus, winners will also be featured on one of GoWiFi’s social media posts.
To learn more about the #HowIFoundMyConnection contest and to stay updated on GoWIFI promos, follow GoWiFi on Facebook.
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