Step into the magical world of Frozen 2’s Enchanted Forest with Globe at Home and Disney 

Early Christmas gifts await new and loyal customers at the movie’s premiere at SM Mall of Asia 
05:25 PM November 21, 2019

The long wait is over! Frozen 2 is finally here and Globe at Home is teaming up with Disney to bring you the highly anticipated sequel… plus a few gifts and freebies for Globe At Home Postpaid and Prepaid customers!  


Coming out six years after the first movie, Frozen 2 finds Elsa and Anna returning to the Enchanted Forest to find out the origins of Elsa’s powers.  The movie also brings back the original cast of Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathon Groff and Josh Gad playing Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf, respectively.  

To celebrate the premiere of the highly anticipated sequel, Globe At Home is bringing the world of Frozen 2 to life with immersive lights and sounds experiences at SM Mall of Asia Atrium from November 22 to November 24.  Customers can present their Globe At Home App for a fast pass into a real-life Enchanted Forest full of wonders! They can test their powers in an immersive room and a life-sized snow globe.  Guests are also welcome to up their IG game by entering and exploring the “Prism of Lights” in which art comes to life through digital and 3D technology to transport you to the whimsical world of Frozen 2. 


Just drop by the event and sign up with Globe At Home as we announce bigger and more exciting promos for new and existing customers. Christmas 2019 is off to a great start and will surely be an unforgettable one with Frozen 2 and Globe at Home!  

Visit https://www.facebook.com/globeathome/ for more details. 

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