For Android users that are Globe subscribers and want to connect the internet via the mobile network, here's the APN settings that worked for my phone which is an HTC Wildfire S running on Android 2.3.5.
Name: [you can put any name here]
Authenitcation Type: PAP
APN Type: default
Leave the other fields with their default values. With these settings you can now connect to the globe mobile network and surf the internet.
For the month of July, I was one of those Globe subscribers who availed of their one-month long promo of free access to mobile Twitter. Through this, I got to explore the settings of mobile network on my phone. This information could be helpful for other subscribers of the network so I decided to make a post about it. :)
[UPDATE]: Many have found this post helpful and I'm glad that this setting worked for you. As for those asking, I'd reiterate points here that have been asked several times by blog visitors *see long list of comments below*
- You need balance to be able to surf using this setting.
- Internet connection using this setting may be very sloooow.
- I recommend to use Opera Mini Browser when using this setting.
- I have tried this setting only on a Globe simcard.
I haven't used this on a TM, but maybe it would work too. Just try it yourself. :D
If your question was not answered by the points above, scroll down on the comments section below. Others might have posted the same question that you have. :)
[UPDATE (July 19, 2013)]
Hi guys. I've tried using this setting for 3G recently and to my surprise, it was not working and displayed 'Invalid APN Setting'. I am not sure what happened but it was connecting properly before. Maybe Globe modified the network setting?
Anyway, please continue sending your feedback. I hope this becomes fixed soon.
[UPDATE (October 27, 2013)]
I think it's working again! I tried to connect again from my phone today and no error was displayed. I was able to load a page (twitter.com) but the connection is still too slow. :O