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Globe Telecom offers League pass for the 2020 Live NBA Playoffs via GCash

After the successful season restart, the highly anticipated NBA Playoffs is officially underway with 16 teams squaring off in Orlando for the coveted NBA championship. Whichever team you are rooting for, never miss a game.  Watch the action in real time with NBA League Pass!

 

Basketball fanatics and Globe customers can make their game-winning play by subscribing to NBA League Pass with Globe and GCash. Subscribers can access NBA League Pass by registering through mobile prepaid load or postpaid line, or by purchasing subscription vouchers via the GCash app.

Globe 2020 League Pass via GCash
Globe Telecom now offers the 2020 NBA Playoffs live NBA League Pass via GCash

 

“Love for basketball is undeniably ingrained in Filipinos so we want to provide them with a convenient and affordable way to watch the NBA Playoff games live and from legitimate sources through NBA League Pass,” said Jil Bausa-Go, Globe VP for Get Entertained Tribe.

 

GCash customers may choose from two variants: NBA85 for the 3-Game Choice package or NBA485 for one-month access to NBA League Pass. To subscribe, fans can access the Buy Load feature in the GCash app, select their preferred package under the PayTV section and then confirm payment—it’s that simple.

 

“GCash is constantly expanding our services for the convenience and satisfaction of the customers. To support their passion for sports, we included NBA League Pass to our Buy Load services. In fact, more surprises are in store for our customers in the next few months,” said Jong Layug, Vice President for Online Payments of GCash.

 

Subscribe to Globe NBA League Pass today.  Watch the games live and see your favorite Eastern and Western Conference teams battle it out in the 2020 NBA Playoffs.

 

5 Myths about NBA League Pass, Debunked

Myth #1: You need super-fast broadband to stream games.

The truth: Thanks to app improvements, 3 Mbps is enough to deliver highest quality streaming.

*Average mobile internet speed in the Philippines is 15 Mbps. Test your speed.

Myth #2: My data costs will increase dramatically.

The truth: Watching an average game on League Pass only uses 4 MB/minute. That’s 40 MB for a condensed 10 minute game (1% of a GoSURF50 plan).

Myth #3: You can get the same experience elsewhere.

The truth: All the games you want, live or on replay, expert analysis from former players, and more chances of winning once-in-a-lifetime fan experiences are just some of the League Pass exclusives.

Myth #4: You need a credit card to subscribe.

The truth: You can choose to pay through a variety of methods like GCashShopee, or even using Globe Prepaid credit.

Myth #5: NBA League Pass is too expensive.

The truth: Not if you do the math. In fact, for a limited time, you can get 15% off subscriptions. Check out the deals on the Globe Shopee page.

 

How to subscribe to the 2020 Live NBA playoffs?

Step 1

Text the keyword of your choice to 8080.

Step 2

Wait for the confirmation text with the voucher code for your subscription.

Step 3

Log in to your account, and input the voucher code in the NBA website link mentioned in the text message.

Step 4

Open the NBA app, and enjoy watching LIVE NBA games!

Never miss a moment from the hardcourt

  • Subscribe to NBA485 for a one-month NBA League Pass at only P485 with ThePLAN via the GlobeOne app.
  • Subscribe to NBA85 via GlobeOne, available for Globe Mobile Prepaid and Postpaid customers.
  • Get a one-month NBA League Pass Subscription by texting NBA485 to 8080. Text NBA85 for a 3-Game Choice Pass.
  • Purchase NBA League Pass vouchers via GCash app.
  • Get NBA League Pass via Globe’s official Lazada and Shopee stores.
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