Bring a Globe Streamwatch Roku powered anywhere! #GlobeatHome

Who needs a cable connection if you got a Globe Streamwatch Roku powered with you! Accessing good entertainment content had just been much easier anywhere, everywhere (as long as there are widescreen TV and internet).

How? Keep on Reading.

The Streaming revolution

Having a cable connection is still one of the best ways to be entertained at home most especially if you got family members who are into watching different kinds of TV programs. Back in the days when it first came into popularity, I think my family was one of those houses who was able to own a cable connectivity in our place. I can still remember how I binge watch every night especially when everybody was already asleep, watching movies that I think isn’t for kids.  I was still in high school back then.

Now, being entertained can be done just by simply swiping on your phone or in another way just by bringing a small toggle and a remote.

Globe Streamwatch

What is Roku?

Roku is a company that pioneered streaming entertainment for our TV set. It was a big hit in the U.S. and eventually was able to penetrate here in the Philippines through Globe.

Called as Globe Streamwatch Roku Powered, this small device can let you watch over 100+ FREE channels on your HDMI ready TV!

Globe Streamwatch

I was actually happy to own one, especially that I am mostly out on a travel. Having a Globe Streamwatch Roku Powered entertains me, especially when I’m already settled down. It is also very handy that I can easily slip it into my pocket and bring it out whenever I need it.

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It is actually very easy to use. All you need to have are an HDMI-ready TV and an Internet connection. One’s you installed the unit, it will automatically bring you to the setup menu. You would need to connect it first on the internet, whereas most of hotels do have. Once connected, you can start exploring.


I personally love watching Netflix via Roku, at least I could be able to watch the series that I love on a bigger screen. Globe Streamwatch is the telco’s newest streaming device that allows customers to watch a variety of content across free and paid channels in different categories including sports, lifestyle, fashion, and more. It comes with three months access to top streaming content partners such as Netflix, Disney Channel Apps, and HOOQ.
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Globe Streamwatch is available as an add-on for Globe At Home plans, for 24 months, or for a one-time cash out of P 999.

Roku also works with a mobile app that can turn your smartphone into your very own remote. That is, if you felt that bringing the remote could be bulky.

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Globe Roku x Star Wars: The Last Jedi this December!

Star Wars fans are in for a treat this December, as Globe At Home gives away invites to the highly anticipated film Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

In the latest chapter of the beloved film franchise, Star Wars: The Last Jedi sees Luke Skywalker’s return as he guides Rey develop her newly discovered powers, while the war between The First Order and The Resistance wages on.

From November 30, 2017 all new Globe At Home subscribers who also purchase a Globe Streamwatch Roku Powered device through Globe website, hotline, mall activations, and Globe stores in select locations will automatically receive two Star Wars: The Last Jedi movie tickets through GMovies. Passes may be redeemed starting December 13, 2017. They can also catch up on previous Star Wars titles with their new Globe At Home Plan & Streamwatch device through free access to HOOQ and Disney channel apps.

Star Wars BB

Promo runs until January 20, 2018, PER DTI-FTEB PERMIT NO. 14094 Series of 2017. For more information about the promo, please visit To subscribe to a Globe At Home plan, visit the website at, call the Globe hotline at 730-1010, or visit any Globe Store.
Until our next discovery in the City!
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