Prepaid subscribers of Smart, Smart Bro, and TNT can start earning GigaPoints with PhP99 minimum spend on top-ups or by registering for their favorite GIGA promos. For Postpaid subscribers, they’ll be able to earn GigaPoints monthly by simply paying their bill on time.
Smart and TNT subscribers can earn GigaPoints via the GigaLife App by linking their other accounts and very soon, by joining special events and promos.
Redeem GIGA Offers and Exclusive Lifestyle Perks
Each GigaPoint is equivalent to PhP1, and subscribers can use their accumulated GigaPoints to redeem rewards on the GigaLife App’s Rewards Marketplace section.
Subscribers can use their GigaPoints to conveniently redeem data promos like GIGA Video, GIGA Stories, GIGA Games, and GIGA Pro. These data offers also come at face value rates when redeemed with GigaPoints. (Ex: GIGA Video 50 = 50 GigaPoints).
Aside from redeeming data promos, subscribers will also soon be able to use GigaPoints to redeem exclusive perks and vouchers from Smart’s partner lifestyle stores and services.
Simple, Easy, Smart Way to Experience the GigaLife
The new GigaPoints rewards program builds on the innovative features of the GigaLife app, which offers a simple, easy, and smart way for subscribers to manage their digital lifestyle.
Downloadable on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, the GigaLife app enables prepaid subscribers to check their balance, monitor their data usage, and also register for promos with just a few taps on their smartphone. They can also link all their other Smart and TNT accounts in the app. For postpaid users, the app gives them the convenience of being able to pay their monthly bill anytime, anywhere.
Smart is set to introduce more groundbreaking GigaLife app features to better serve its customers and bring their digital needs to their fingertips so they can make the most of their GigaLife.
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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.