Tattoo gets bolder, bigger in 2012
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TATTOO, the number one, most preferred broadband, unleashed its daring resistance campaign against uniformity, mediocrity and limitations.
Last January 19, the Ayala Museum was transformed into an interactive, multi-sensorial space featuring installations by artists known for their extraordinary vision—such as Team Manila, fashion designer and milliner Mich Dulce

Resisting Uniformity through fashion is an installation by Mich Dulce

Artist Leeroy New

Resisting Limitations through form is this installation by Leeroy New

and Paul Zialcita, who performed using both traditional and unconventional instruments.

Resistance through sound as performed by Paul Zialcita

“This evening is very important for Tattoo as we bravely lead and share with you this revolution,” said Dong Ronquillo, Tattoo Head of Nomadic Broadband Business.
“What is resistance exactly? It is not settling for anything less and always pushing the limits to achieve greatness. This is what Tattoo stands for and this year we continue to live without limits.”

Tattoo Head of Nomadic Broadband Dong Ronquillo and Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu
Tattoo Head of Nomadic Broadband Dong Ronquillo (L) with Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu

Special performances that translated the Resistance movement were interpreted by model Jasmine Maierhofer, the Hot Legs dancers, and Niña Terol.

Jasmine Maierhofer
Jasmine Maierhofer

Resisting Uniformity and limitations as interpreted by Hot Legs
Hot Legs

Tattoo’s new faces were also unveiled: the Filipino Flash Nonito Donaire, Master Model Georgina Wilson and Chicosci lead vocalist and Rock Rebel Miggy Chavez.

Holding the new Tattoo 4G devices are Tattoo Head of Nomadic Broadband Business Dong Ronquillo, master model Georgina Wilson, Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu, Chicosci vocalist and rock rebel Miggy Chavez and Globe Head of Broadband Business Nikko Acost
L-R: Dong Ronquillo, Georgina Wilson, Ernest Cu, Miggy Chavez, and Globe Head of Broadband Business Nikko Acosta

Sarah Meier hosted the event, while Tattoo’s brand ambassadors—race car champion Marlon Stockinger, cyber superstar Saab Magalona and Ford Supermodel of the World 2010 Danica Magpantay—also came to support the new campaign.

Host Sarah Meier
Sarah Meier

Danica Magpantay
Danica Magpantay

Tattoo now delivers 4G devices with a wider reach and faster speeds at unbeatable value.
The Tattoo 4G Flash at Php 1245 runs up to 7.2 mbps with free 120 hours valid for 5 days, plus free surfing on Facebook for 30 days.
Enjoy non-stop surfing for 3 days with SUPERSURF for only Php 120 to avoid the hassle of daily registration.
Get the New Tattoo Postpaid Personalized Plan at a base plan of only Php 999/month. It comes with unlimited surfing at a up to 7.2 mbps, plus a free online subscription of either Inquirer, FHM, Cosmopolitan or Yes magazine.

The new Tattoo 4G sticks

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“TATTOO, the number one, most preferred broadband” ???? Really, says who?  I think the latter describes it better —  mediocrity and limitations.
This is the problem when a blog turns into 1 long press release.



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My parents have Globe Tattoo at their home back in the Philippines and it has been terrible for the last three years.  There are technicians there on a weekly basis scratching their heads not knowing why the internet isn’t working.  It’s doubly annoying because we rely mostly on Skype to talk to each other these days and most of the time their internet connection won’t even let them sign in.  Globe has the money to improve its services, yet it chooses to throw parties and pay celebrities millions of money to pull in new clients they can’t service well.  I… Read more »


always check if the signal in your area is strong or not and dont be swayed by all this ads about how fast their connections are. i have a globe myfi and the speed is so slooooooooooooooow. i paid 1,300 per month. when applying globe did not mention about areas with weak signal. after  i complain did they mention that. and i leave in manila not in any far flung area. no wonder they remove the “posible” ads.  [Reply]Holly Villanueva Reply:January 27th, 2012 at 12:10 AMI live in Manila too, University belt area pa and Globe Tattoo’s signal is super… Read more »


I live in Manila too, University belt area pa and Globe Tattoo’s signal is super slooooooooooooooow! And take note for first time users these broadband sticks are not recommended if you live in a condo. Most students in the condo where I live has to bring their laptops outside their units sa kung saan saang sulok para lang makasagap ng signal. We tried Sun, Smart and Globe postpaid and sorry to say all 3 are very unreliable.