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In Mindanao, Globe has restored 97 percent of service, while in the Visayas, 60 percent has been restored.

Globe Telecom Inc. (Globe) has successfully restored service in various regions hit by Typhoon Odette in the Visayas and Mindanao.

Globe reported all of its services have been restored in Misamis Oriental and Tagbilaran City in Bohol, and more have been restored in the provinces of Palawan, Iloilo, parts of Samar, and Agusan del Norte, in an emailed advisory on Monday.

“As on-site staff continues with restoration work, Cebu, which was one of the hardest-hit places, is also experiencing restoration progress,” Globe said in a statement.

Globe has offered out free and unrestricted access to its “GoWiFi” service in select malls, government offices, and airports throughout Visayas and Mindanao to assure sustained connectivity in areas still devastated by “Odette’s” damage.

“Libreng Tawag (free calls)” and “Libreng Charge (free charging)” are still available in 19 locations, according to the company.

www.facebook.com/GlobeBridgeCom has a list of all locations offering these free services.

“For clients affected by the typhoon, Globe is also offering a complimentary one-month subscription to KonsultaMD,” the statement added.

Globe has enabled contribution channels through its GlobeOne and GCash programs for individuals interested in aiding people affected by “Odette’s” attack.

Ayala Foundation Inc., GMA Kapuso Foundation, and Rise Against Hunger Philippines are among the partners.

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