Globe joins 8th leg of NTC’s SIM registration assistance program

Globe, the leader in Mobile, is setting up SIM Registration Assistance Desks in 51 sites across the country as it joins the eighth leg of the National Telecommunications Commission’s (NTC) SIM registration assistance program from March 13 to 17, 2023.

Globe’s participation in the initiative is a demonstration of its commitment to providing excellent service to its customers regardless of their location, and helping them meet the April 26, 2023 deadline set under the law.

“We recognize the significance of staying connected. With our SIM registration booths stationed throughout the country, we aim to make the process as convenient and straightforward as possible for all. We urge our customers to take advantage of these facilities to avoid disruption in their mobile and broadband services,” said Globe Channel Management Group Head Cleo Santos.

Subscribers may visit Globe’s SIM Registration Assistance Desks in the following areas:


● March 14 – San Quintin (Municipal Plaza)
● March 15 – Pidigan (Municipal Hall)

● March 14 – Sual (Municipal Hall)

● March 14 – Amulung (Municipal Gym)
● March 15 – Baggao (Virgilio Gaza Herrero Memorial Gymnasium, San Jose)
● March 16 – Alcala (Public Market)
● March 17 – Peñablanca (Municipal Gym, Brgy. Centro)

● March 15 – Orani (Municipal Covered Court)

● March 14 – Alfonso (Municipal Hall)
● March 15 – Silang (Patio Medina Covered Court)
● March 16 – GMA (Municipal Hall)
● March 17 – Rosario (Municipal Hall)

Oriental Mindoro
● March 14 – Bulalacao (Municipal Gym)
● March 15 – Mansalay (Municipal Gym)
● March 16 – San Teodoro (Municipal Gym)

Camarines Sur
● March 14 – Tinambac (In front of Municipal Building)
● March 15 – Pasacao (Municipal Covered Court)
● March 16 – Calabanga (People’s Octagon)



● March 14 – Ajuy (Brgy. Lanjagan Sports Gym)
● March 15 – Badiangan (Municipal Hall)
● March 16 – Calinog (2nd Floor Paragon Mall)
● March 17 – Leon (Public Plaza)


● March 16- Siquijor (Capital Square Gym)
● March 17 – Maria (Evacuation Center, Poblacion)

● March 16 – Argao (Municipal Covered Court)
● March 17 – Carcar (Municipal Covered Court)

● March 15 – Padre Burgos (Municipal Covered Court)
● March 15 – Macrohon (Municipal Covered Court)
● March 16 – Matalom (Municipal Covered Court)
● March 16 – Maasin (Municipal Covered Court)


Zamboanga del Sur
● March 14 – Zamboanga City (Barangay Hall Lobby, Brgy. Sinunuc)

Zamboanga Sibugay
● March 16 – Tungawan (Municipal Hall, Brgy Poblacion)

Zamboanga del Norte
● March 17 – Siayan (Sports Complex, Barangay Poblacion)

Misamis Oriental
● March 16 – Libertad (Covered Court, Brgy. Poblacion)
● March 17 – Initao (Covered Court, Brgy. Poblacion)

Lanao del Norte
● March 16 – Sultan Naga Dimaporo (Sr. Citizen Bldg., Municipal Gov’t Compound)
● March 17 – Kapatagan (Villa Elena Gym, Brgy. Poblacion)

Davao del Norte
● March 15 – New Corella (Municipal Gym)
● March 16 – Sto. Tomas (Municipal Covered Court)
● March 17 – Dujali (Municipal Gym)

● March 15 – Glan (Municipal Gym)
● March 17 – Malapatan (Municipal Gym)

North Cotabato
● March 16 – Matalam (Municipal Hall)
● March 17 – Makilala (Public Market)

Surigao del Sur
● March 14 – Marihatag (Municipal Hall)
● March 15 – Bayabas (Public Terminal)

Surigao del Norte
● March 16 – Tubod (Municipal Gym)
● March 17 – Mainit (Freedom Stage)

Customers are advised to be ready with the following information for quick and hassle-free registration: full name/date of birth/sex/address/government ID with photo/mobile number.

Aside from supporting the NTC-led SIM registration, Globe earlier launched its own on-ground initiatives to provide onsite assistance. Its online platform ( and the GlobeOne app are, meanwhile, open to serve customers 24/7 wherever they may be.

Globe aims to extend assistance to all customers, especially those experiencing challenges with the registration process, such as senior citizens, disabled individuals, pregnant women, basic phone users, and those without internet access. Customers using Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi may also bring their devices to the SIM Registration Assistance Desks to get help in registering their SIMs.

The SIM Registration Act mandates the registration of all SIMs as a critical measure against the spread of criminal activities.

For further information about the SIM registration process and how to register, please visit


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