At the launch of Tattoo’s premium broadband – Torque

I was at the VIP launch of Torque – Tattoo’s latest broadband product boasting the fastest Internet connection and personalized priority servicing with freebies and perks ideal for tech-savvy individuals who demand nothing but the best – held at the cozy Aracama at The Fort Strip. Tagging along my fellow IGersManila moderator Ed Calaycay, we’re a bit late but Globe’s Tina Antonio gave us her usual warm welcome, ushered us to our assigned table with this personalized card which is really nice, and introduced us to other guests.

After a delightful dinner of familiar Filipino dishes which is Aracama’s forte, broadcast journalist David Celdran (seeing him brings back memories of Battle of the Brains) opened the program as host and introduced Stephanie Zubiri, named by People Asia as the youngest “Woman of Style and Substance” in 2010, as Tattoo Torque Ambassador, with Globe’s key officers sharing the stage and joining in with the discussion.

Tattoo Torque offers the best broadband connections with speeds of up to 100 Mbps that translates to shorter download time and smoother experience despite multiple online sessions and concurrent users. Aside from speed, what sets Tattoo Torque apart is the priority servicing, with each subscriber getting a dedicated relationship manager who will address concerns quickly and efficiently. On top of these, Tattoo Torque offers perks and privileges such as a free Globe landline, free Globe-to-Globe landline NDD calls, free WiFi router, exclusive invites. Plans start at P4299, check the rest of the plans here.

They later raffled off an artwork, with which guests were asked to guess its name (no luck there), and ended the program with a toast. Ed and I stayed a bit to sample Aracama’s delicious dessert while discussing our upcoming activities at IGersManila.

Tattoo Torque may be for the privileged few, but if you want the best broadband experience, backed by excellent customer service, then check out a plan that suits your lifestyle. I for one can no longer live offline, give me the fastest 100 Mbps connection, and I’ll go insane and won’t sleep!

I didn’t want to leave an awesome place without a souvenir shot, so there. That cute “gifts that give back” bag given to guests contains products created by marginalized communities that Globe Telecom supports.

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