Globe Telecom, Philippines’ No. 1 mobile brand, already made its name through successful collaborations with different tie-ups. Among these are Facebook, Google, Viber, Spotify, NBA, Hooq, and recently WhatsApp.
To the extreme demand of people, Globe thought of something new for their customers and this is why they came up to the idea of having a partnership with a wonderful company. As a result, the said telecommunications company sealed its partnership with no other than Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia this 6th of May, 2015.
To entertain the guests present during their sealing of partnership, they have invited the voice behind Jasmine and Mulan of Walt Disney, Ms. Lea Salonga.
Also, they opened interactive booths for the people to enjoy the night. Among these are Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar, and Maker Studios.
Dan Horan, Globe Senior Advisor for Consumer Business, expressed his excitement to this astonishing partnership, “We are very happy to enter into a relationship with such an iconic brand. Everyone loves Disney–that’s why we are excited to bring the brand closer to Filipinos and give the best content experience on their devices anytime, anywhere.”
Rob Gilby, Managing Director of The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia, as well, shared how trembled he was regarding this union, “We are thrilled to bring Disney brand of storytelling closer to more Filipinos through this collaboration with Globe.” He also added, “With this unique collaboration, Disney fans in the Philippines will now be able to take their favorite stories and beloved characters everywhere they go across their choice of devices.”
Even Globe users also showed their excitement through taking pictures during the signing event and posting it with the hashtag #GlobeDisneyMagic, which flooded the social media.
Through this partnership, Globe customers will now have the access to a collection of Disney content offerings–long and short-form programming, interactive content and games, theatrical releases and retail promotions.
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