TM: Touch Mobile’s Emergency Text/Load Service

I have been receiving this message for multiple times already so I just thought I should be posting it here, in case some might haven’t received this advisory. Its a cool thing that TM (Touch Mobile) put up this kind of service which allows you to borrow some free SMS and an extra P1.00 balance for emergency use. Here’s the info:

Kung naubusan ka ng load at kailangang mag-text, TM Emergency Text Service ang sasagot sayo! Maaari kang humiram ng 3 texts to TM/Globe valid for 1day + P1 load. Mag-register by texting GTSOS to 3733. Ibabawas ang P4.00 sa susunod mong pag-load. Market test only. This is a free advisory.

Meanwhile, here’s the English version of the advisory:

No load and need to text? With Globe’s Text Emergency Service, send an important text when you need it! Borrow 3 texts to Globe/TM valid for 1day + P1 load. Register by texting GTSOS to 3733. P4.00 will automatically be deducted upon your next reload. Market test only. This is a free advisory.

How to use TM Emergency Text/Load Service:

  • Just text GTSOS to 3733

Even if you don’t have prepaid balance, yes you can send SMS to 3733. Note that you’ll be deducted P4.00 upon your next balance top-up/reload.

My say on this, this doesn’t looks like a pocket saver. As for my case, I think it would be better if the 3 texts that you’ll get is valid for all networks. Then on another note, a P1.00 load borrowed and P1.00 paid off on next reload should be just and enough for an emergency usage of REDEEM SULIT5 (in case you have the points). Still, its good to have this thing that you can rely on that so called “emergency situations”.

I wonder how it goes for their market tests. Are you using this service? If they said that its just a test for them, then they might remove or alter this promotion in the future.

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