Globe subscribers may now call Jollibee Delivery for free using mobile phones


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  • Globe subscribers may now call Jollibee Delivery for free using their mobile phones
  • Globe Telecom and Jollibee Foods Corporation  has teamed up to expand the fast food giant’s IT and delivery services
  • The Globe users may dial Jollibee’s delivery hotline 87000 for free

Craving for your favorite Jollibee meal but you don’t have load? Don’t worry — just dial the Jollibee Delivery hotline and bee happy!

Yes, Globe subscribers can now call Jollibee’s delivery hotline 87000 for free using their mobile phones; following the team up of the Globe Telecom and Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC) in a bid to expand the fast food giant’s IT and delivery services.

The agreement, which was announced on Monday, October 2, also ensures easier access and greater reach for areas which have a growing demand for delivery services.

“With this new partnership with Globe Business, we will be able to bring the convenience of one nationwide delivery hotline to more customers. Globe Business is an excellent partner for us since they have a high level of expertise in ICT,” said JFC Vice President for national business channels Manjie Yap.

Over 59 million Globe customers will now be able to call the Jollibee Delivery for free.

“Nowadays more and more technological innovations are coming out, and of course we are looking forward to maximize this so our customers can benefit more. The ‘Hashtag’ project is just a start of the many innovations we foresee to improve our service,” Yap added.

Meanwhile, Globe said it will provide the same service to Burger King’s hotline (22222), Greenwich’s number (55555), Mang Inasal’s hotline (71111), and Chowking’s number (98888).

At present, the JFC is currently in the midst of an expansion spree. It targets to open 250 new stores by the end of this year.

This article has been viewed 380 times. Article originally posted: October 3, 2017, 8:14 am (UTC-0). Last update: October 3, 2017 at 8:14 am (UTC-0).

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