Glo unveils 9G Bumper Data Offer for subscribers
Globacom has unveiled a new bonus data offer for millions of its subscribers. The new package which has a validity period of one month also gives 9 gigabytes of data for every subscription worth N4,000.
In addition, Glo has added an extra 1.5gigabytes of data to its N3,000 plan.
Speaking on the new packages over the weekend in Lagos, Mr. Ashok Israni, Globacom’s Chief Regional Marketing Officer said that the N3,000 subscription previously offered just 4.5GB data, but will now offer 6gigabytes to subscribers.
He added that all the subscriber wishing to connect to the Bumper Data Offer has to do is to dial *777# and follow the interactive SMS prompt.
The offer, according to Globacom was being given at this time to encourage subscribers to keep browsing after the yuletide and festive season. “As the New Year begins, we are giving more for less to our valued subscribers to keep them connected on the internet after the expenditure of the Yuletide season”, Israni explained.
Israni stated further that the new offer comes with super fast data capacity, in addition to it’s the huge extra 1.5GB data.
According to Israni “The data services ride on Globacom’s huge infrastructure backed by the high capacity Glo 1 submarine cable, which brings direct connectivity between West Africa, the UK and the rest of the world. Glo 1 provides much faster and more robust connectivity for voice, data and video.”
Also launched recently by Globacom is the Twin Bash offer which gives subscribers bonus voice airtime for every data subscription.
The package gives subscribers who recharge with N200, up to 200 MB of data worth N800, along with full value of the airtime recharged. The Twin Bash recharge, which is the best deal for voice and data in Nigeria can easily be done by dialling *223*pin#. The Twin Bash offer is also available on the N500, N1000 and N2000 data recharge plans.
“The Bumper Data offer is, therefore, the icing on the cake following the unprecedented Twin Bash gift to Glo subscribers,” Israni said.