A lot of people are having this kind of issue with globe or even in other networks in which their regular load will suddenly disappear and found their account with 0 load balance.
Possible causes and how to prevent these things from happening.
In this post, I will tell you the possible causes and how can you protect and stop globe from eating your regular load.
- Your number is currently subscribe to globe value added services.
- If you are receiving text notifications or service updates coming from gateway numbers (usually 3 or 4 digit numbers), then your number is probably subscribed to third party services. If you will not take action on it, it will continue to charge you even if you have no intention to subscribe to their service.
- To prevent this Value added services from eating your regular load, you just simply text CHECK then send it to the number where you receive the message from. You will then receive a text message showing the current services you are subscribed to. You will then get a text message on how to unsubscribe from the service. Usually you just have to type the subscription code followed by the word OFF then send it back the number. Example GAMES OFF.
- Another way is to send STOP ALL to the number where you receive the text from. In case they will send additional instruction message , you just follow their instruction to fully unsubscribe your number from the Value Added Services
- Your load protection from unexpected data browsing charges is not activated.
- You must activate this FREE Service offered by the network to protect you from unexpected data browsing charges. Basically what this service does is putting your data browsing on hold if you are not registered to surf promo, your data allocation has been already used up, promo is expired or you don’t have enough load to continue the service.
- To enable this service, you must text SURFALERT ON to 8080. If you need to know the status of your surf alert, just text SURFALERT STATUS. Now if you want to disable it , just txt SURFALERT OFF to 8080.
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