Remember when we only had one remote at home?
Back in the day, most houses only had one TV in the living room. Where ever the TV was actually, was the heart of the home. This is where family members would gather especially on Sundays and family days.
I remember my grandparents having everyone over especially during big events like boxing matches or NBA games. We would also rent movies from Video City and watch them with my parents, aunts and uncles during the weekend.
While it was fun to have family over, it’s somewhat irritating to lose control over what you wanted to watch.
I can’t recall how many battle royales started with who can get the remote. Sometimes we used diplomacy and discussed which channel to watch. At other times, it would end with petty fights or wrestling matches.
In the end, my grandmother would get irritated and just turn the TV off. And no one can turn it on unless she said so.
Television has had a strong impact on me growing up. My schedule as a child mainly revolved on what was on.
I remember rushing at home after school to watch Princess Sarah, Ang Munting Prinsesa. My sister and I would take turns playing Sarah and Becky. We would also tease each other about who looks like Miss Minchin.
You would know it’s 4:30 PM when ANG TV came on the screen. Who could ever forget their catchy opening scene?
Saturday mornings meant Looney Toons while having breakfast. And then there’s Captain Planet, She-Ra, Mr. Bogus, Denver the Last Dinosaur, and Gumby.
In the afternoon, there was Sailor Moon, Magic Knight Rayearth, Dragon Ball, Ghost Fighter, and X-Men.
Sailor Moon is a personal favorite. I loved the transformation and the girl power that it represented. And it was so awesome that we girls get to choose different characters based on our personalities.
We also had specials to look forward to every year. One of which is a horror special that every 90’s kid loved watching: Magandang Gabi Bayan.
I still remember getting chills watching Noli de Castro talk about people and their encounters with the supernatural.
Oh man, getting to the bathroom was really a challenge back then.
As a 90’s kid, our generation was the first to experience digital cable TV.
This gave us access to international shows like MTV and HBO. It also introduced us to US shows like Charmed, Seventh Heaven, and Gilmore Girls.
It also changed the way we viewed the world and the people living in it.
Discovery and National Geographic enticed us to go out, travel, and experience cultures all around the globe. The Food Channel made us curious about the tastes and textures of different destinations.
Looking back, I’d like to think that it helped boost my imagination. It also fired up my courage to be more experimental with my adventures. It became like a window that showed me what it was like beyond our borders.
That’s why I’m so excited about Globe’s newest product, Globe StreamWatch Xtreme.
The first of its kind in the world, Globe StreamWatch Extreme provides Filipino homes access to a new digital home entertainment experience.
It gives users clear access to free local TV channels. It also serves as an Internet TV with a million different shows, videos, and movies. And it gives you faster and stronger internet with twice the coverage of your ordinary pocket wi-fi device.
So why should you get one for your home?
As we know, the internet has changed the way we viewed entertainment. And with mobile devices, it gave us more options that suited our preferences.
We no longer need to fight over who gets the remote. We don’t need to wait for specific TV shows. With Youtube, Netflix, and other platforms, we can choose to watch any show whenever, wherever.
Unfortunately, not everyone has access to fast internet service providers. It can also be expensive and time-consuming to apply for higher speed rates.
Not to mention the monthly bills or contracts that bind you for 36 months.
Globe At Home provides an easier and more affordable solution that lets you and your family stay connected.
For an introductory price of PHP 2,999, you can get your own Globe StreamWatch Xtreme Prepaid anytime. Globe slashed off PHP 2000 off from the standard retail price as part of its commitment to providing Filipinos access to the best of what the world offers.
What do get with this?
- Fast home internet, stronger signal, and a wider coverage powered by Globe LTE.
- Free clear local TV channels that let you watch your favorite teleseryes and TV shows without eating up your data or load
- Access to over 1 Million shows, videos, series, and movies anytime you want
- Up to six devices connected to your Wifi all at the same time
- A USB-ready port for playing media files from your USB
- A videoke-ready device with two built-in microphone outlets as a bonus feature
Setting up Globe StreamWatch Xtreme is super easy. Check out this video below:
The best part? No monthly fees. No overdue bills. Just a whole new fun experience for the whole family and more.
Loading is also super easy. You can purchase load promos using your GCash account, Globe At Home APP, or through AUTOLOADMAX.
It can also serve as a good backup especially for freelancers who need to stay connected all of the time.
So how do you get yours today? That’s easy.
All you have to do is visit your nearest Globe store and ask about it. You can also visit Globe’s website and learn more about it here.
With Globe, it’s so much easier to #PlayItRight and stream the best entertainment for you and your family.
For more about Globe Telecom, visit www.globe.com.ph.
Hi! How did you download Netflix? It’s not available in play store on this device. Thanks.
Oh, it was included when I opened it 🙂
What tv channels are available?
Is it compatible installing mimo antenna for better internet connection?