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A collection of tips for living in The Philippines from Reddit. If you're a Globe postpaid subscriber and have been paying upwards of 2500 on your monthly bill for the past year or more, you've probably been upgraded to Globe Blue. You can call customer service to confirm. Once verified, you can start using 199 (instead of their usual CSR number) for any customer service concerns. This is a streamlined version of their IVR. Just two steps and you're routed straight to a Platinum CSR. Buy your rice in a neighbouring canderia before going to your fast food place of choice. Beer befo
hookedtothenet posted a topic in Electricity / Power: Mains, Solar, Hydro & Wind PowerThe inflation rate reached 4.5 percent in May this year, which was considered the highest in the last two years. For someone who earns a fixed income, this means a plunge in buying power. If you think that your budgeting concern ends with the inflation rate, you have to think again. The next time you receive utility bills, try to look at your electricity bill. We won’t be surprised if you cringe at your electricity bill every month. Though we have LPG, fuel and even charcoal as other sources of domestic energy, electricity remains the most viable. In the Philippines, electricity is the most c