Get a free Globe Tattoo Explorer by drinking coffee in Figaro

Globe Telecoms have joined forces with the Filipino coffee company Figaro, including Asianic and Complink, both PC retail stores in the country to offer Globe Tattoo Explorer Prepaid Kit.

If you are coffee drinker and Pinoy at that, its time to support our own local brand. Go to Figaro and get your favorite drinks and food and you will have a chance to get a Globe Tattoo stick for free. For every P300 purchase at the coffee shop, you get one point via stamp card that Figaro will provide. You have to accumulate 10 stamps and presto, a Globe Tattoo Explorer will be yours for free.

There’s another way of enjoying it that 7.2Mbps speed of Globe Tattoo stick. Buy it from any Asianic or Complink store at P1,295.00 only and you get a limited Figaro Coffee Club Card. This card will entitle you to a 10% discount to any 70 branches of Figaro nationwide; a mini birthday cake plus a limited edition foldable Figaro fan.

So there are two ways. One, earn it points from having coffee in Figaro, a P300 food purchase gets you one point. Accumulate it to 10 times and you get a Tattoo stick for free. Alternatively, purchase a P3,000 worth of food and drinks and that’s it. Second – get the stick from Asianic or Compulink stores and get 10% discount from Figaro.

The Tattoo Prepaid Explorer Stick runs at the speed of up to 7.2Mbps on Globe’s 4G network, and up to 3.6Mbs on its 3G network. It comes with lots of freebie too like a 50% discount at selected Red Box karaoke branches, free two music downloads, unli access to food and travel sites such as,,, and Wait there’s more, it comes with a buy one take one ticket on Airphil Express with a limited time-offer!

So, treat yourself a coffee at this local coffee company – Figaro while surfing to your heart’s content with you very own special edition Tattoo-Figaro Explorer Prepaid Stick.

The promo will start on May 20, 2012 until August 20 this year.

This is a back to back post at PTB.

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  1. Spidey Pedrajita May 20, 2012
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