Imagine for this Halloween, you are exploring a horror house that’s full of both spooks and surprises. With almost 10 rooms to explore, you have no idea what’s in store for you—will you be met by an eerie ghost, or will you discover a room full of treats?
Now imagine yourself going through that “horror house” while inside the comfort of your own home through the interactive and innovative Halloween @ Home, powered by Globe At Home!
“With the home now an all-around activity hub, we want to bring back the excitement of weekends by making them feel special again and filled with ‘Pampamilya Moments.’ And what better occasion to do that than on Halloween?” says Barbie Dapul, vice president of Globe Broadband. “Through exciting family activities like this, we want to continue empowering our customers so they can change the way they see the home as a place
not just for rest, productivity or security, but also for recreation with the whole family.”
Trick or Treat will come in different ways this year: from special vouchers to freebies, fun games for the kids, to DIY activities by your favorite brand ambassadors—all these await you as Globe At Home prepares a jam-packed Halloween @ Home starting October 25, designed for the entire family.
1. Play trick or treat via the Globe At Home App
In lieu of candies and chocolates, a different roster of treats will be up for grabs exclusively for Globe At Home subscribers on the Globe At Home app, starting October 25: a free one-month premium subscription for Da Vinci Kids, free 10-day unlimited reading with 50% off on chapter unlock for the next 30 days with Webnovel, free delivery and a 10-percent discount from PureGo (for a minimum spend of P2,500); free delivery from FoodPanda (for a minimum spend of P300); free 1-year membership to Landers (when you apply for a Globe At Home Plan 1499 up); and 20% off on Nongshim products via nextradeonline.com.
2. Are you brave enough for the Virtual Halloween House?
Open to all Globe At Home and non-Globe At Home customers from October 30 to November 2, the Virtual Halloween House allows you to go on a trick or treat adventure online and knock on the doors of Globe At Home ambassadors as they greet you a Happy Halloween, treating you to digital goodie bags filled with exclusive vouchers you can claim via the Globe At Home app.
Get the scare of your life by exploring the spine-chilling Horror House that’s divided into different rooms filledwith spooky and enchanting activities, perfect for the whole family. Each interactive room contains objects that will lead you to exciting Halloween activities, such as a magic show, a sit-down with a fortune-teller, and even a scavenger hunt.
As you jump from living room to dining room to the attic, expect to “bump into” celebrities and Globe AtHome ambassadors such as Drew and Iya Arellano; Mikael Daez and Megan Young; Kryz and Slater Young; December Avenue; and Bella Racelis (That’s Bella).
If you’re feeling creative, you can binge watch their Halloween vlogs featuring tips on making delicious ghostly treats for kids, crafting DIY costumes from materials found at home, and creating an easy Halloween makeup look to scare your friends and family.
To top it off, everyone who enters the platform and signs up gets a chance to win any of the following: a Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi LTE-A BLACKPINK, which is a limited-edition modem featuring the group’s logo accompanied by a BLACKPINK sticker pack; Globe Streamwatch 2-in-1 Entertainment Box, an Entertainment Box powered by AndroidTV which allows you to turn your TV into a Smart TV; or Globe TP Link Extender, a mesh system that improves your WiFiexperience at home by eliminating WiFi dead spots andcovering every room with strong WiFi signal.
3. #HalloWin Treats for every new Home Prepaid Wifior Globe At Home plan subscription
To make Halloween @ Home even more special, #HalloWin Treats with every purchase of Globe AtHome Prepaid WiFi at P999 or if you apply for a Globe At Home Unli Fiber Up Plan 1499.
“It’s time we make weekends special again,” says Dapul. “Through Halloween @ Home, we hope to strengthen the family bond, recreate family holiday celebrations via online and offline experiences—and maybe even create new ones, too!”