Globe Prepaid users can register their SIM cards via the telco's online SIM registration portal. This is required in order to comply with the SIM registration law, which aims to prevent the spread of spam messages and scams.
It is important to know if your SIM Card Number has already been registered on Globe or TM. If you know if your SIM is already registered, you can avoid deactivation problems.
To see the SIM registration links for all networks, visit HOW TO REGISTER SIM CARD IN THE PHILIPPINES
All local SIM cards, including eSIMs, are covered by the SIM Card Registration Act. All SIM card owners are required to register their SIM cards within 180 days from the date of the law’s effectivity. Failure to register your current or new Globe Prepaid SIM card within the specified period will result in deactivation, making it useless for voice calls, internet access, text messaging, and other mobile services. SIM card registration is totally free of charge.
For frequently asked questions, visit PHILIPPINE SIM CARD REGISTRATION: Guidelines and FAQs for Smart, Globe and DITO
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How to Check if your Globe or TM SIM is Already Registered
Follow these easy steps to check if your Globe or TM SIM Card Number is successfully registered.
1. Go here https://new.globe.com.ph/simreg.
2. Enter your Globe or TM number, and then verify it via OTP.
3. If your Globe or TM SIM number has already been registered, a message will appear stating:
"Whoops! Your SIM has been previously registered."
If you are a Smart subscriber and doesn't know if you already registered your SIM, here's How to Check if Your Smart SIM is Already Registered on simreg.smart.com.ph
If you haven't register your SIM card yet, here's a guide on How to Register Globe SIM Card (Registration Link & Step-by-step Guide)
On April 25, 2023, Pres. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. approved the 90-day SIM registration extension.