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Globe donates phone to SBMA for contact tracing

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT—Globe Telecom, Inc. provided the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) with a special Samsung Galaxy cellular phone for the purpose of tracing COVID-19 cases.

The phone can be used to call anywhere and everywhere without needing to load its SIM card, thus giving the Subic agency a valuable communication tool in its fight against COVID-19.

SBMA Chairman and Administrator Wilma T. Eisma received the donation from Globe officials Jussan Consunji, site acquisition and management head for North Luzon; Nessele Domingo, regional acquisition and management head for North Luzon; and Jackielou Lagran, account manager for Enterprise Central Luzon, at the SBMA administration building last May 12.

During the turnover, Chairman Eisma expressed gratitude to Globe for its donation, saying it would boost efforts of the SBMA Public Health and Safety Group in monitoring and verifying COVID-19 cases in the Subic Bay Freeport area.

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