got this from the net
If you plan to use security cameras, especially for residential areas, I highly suggest staying away from Globe. Their call center confirmed that they intentionally block all out going ports on residential packages (with dynamic IP) even if you use a 3rd party dynamic dns subscription like DynDNS.
I suspect they do more than just block ports. I think they also do selective blocking of data streams they find or suspect as video from security cameras.
Their own call center agent told me its for added security and when I didn't bought it confirmed that he also share the same sentiments in decisions made by Globe on limiting access to features and usage of their service.
Also be careful of recycled accounts as Globe gave us a number that belongs to someone who's wanted by collection agencies. It was a newly subscribed line and we were never notified that the number they gave us was recycled, much more that it belonged to someone with a bad record.
PLDT may not be the best but, with our experience installing security cameras and getting feedback from clients, it is the better choice than Globe in terms of reliability and transparency.
nag-email ako sa Globe regarding Dynamic Private IP, gusto nila ako magbayad ng Php770.00 monthly para maging Static and Public IP, para gumana ang remote connection ko sa CCTV. bwisit...