Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Glo’s Borrow Me Data, 11k/s tariff, 2 others offer unmatched benefits to subscribers

In its desire to delight its numerous customers, the grandmasters of data, Globacom, on Tuesday introduced a new product, Borrow Me Data, and redesigned three other  existing products.
Announcing the new product in its corporate headquarters in Lagos, Globacom’s  Head, Usage and Retention, Mr. Sola Mr. Arowogbadamu, listed the three reloaded products to be Double Free Tomorrow, 11k/s for All and IDD Packs. 
According to Arowogbadamu, Glo Borrow Me Data allows subscribers, who have been on the network for a period of time, and have used a certain average monthly data, to borrow Data credit of up to 2GB whenever their data bundles are exhausted and they have no airtime balance to recharge their data plan or in cases of unsuccessful subscription bundle activation due to low balance.
Customers, he added, can subscribe to Borrow Me Data by dialling *321# and following the menu options. The service will then push real time Data credit to all eligible subscribers in line with the stated eligibility criterion. The customer will repay the Data credit whenever he recharges.

On Double Free Tomorrow, he said it gives back to the subscriber 200% of whatever is spent on calls, SMS or data today to use for free the next day. The network will calculate all the value of airtime a subscriber used in a day for internet services, phone calls and SMS, and credits the subscriber’s phone with double this value at the start of the next day, that is midnight.
Mr. Arowogbadamu explained that the bonus could be used for practically anything including browsing or calls and SMS to Glo and non-Glo lines. The bonus can also be used for International calls to popular countries such as US, UK (fixed), Canada, China and India. 
The offer is open to all existing and new prepaid customers on the Glo network and other subscribers who crave good value for money.
“If a subscriber on the Glo network uses N500 credit in a day on calls, SMS and data, Glo will give back N1,000 credit to the subscriber the very next day to call all networks, SMS and browse free,” he stated. To enjoy the service, subscribers are to dial *600#.
He also said that the third offer, 11k/s for All, is a simple flat tariff plan which allows customers enjoy heavily reduced call rate on local and international calls and remains the best prepaid plan in the Nigerian telecoms market. 
Under the plan, calls are charged at 11k/s to all local networks and for international calls to 30 top destinations. The destinations include United Kingdom, United States, Canada, South Africa, India, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Israel and Australia. Others are Bangladesh, Brunei, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, French Guiana, Guam, Luxembourg, Malta, Mongolia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Puerto Rico, Reunion Island, Romania and Singapore.
The Globacom official said that new and existing customers could enjoy the unbelievable call rate which comes at a daily access fee of N5 by dialling *211# to migrate to the plan.
He assured Nigerians that more benefits await customers who port from other networks into its network as they will enjoy a welcome bonus of N500 Glo-Glo talk time and N500MB data upon first single denomination recharge of N500 or higher. They will also get 500MB complimentary data for the next six months after joining Glo, provided they use a minimum of N1,500 monthly. 
The company also announced the re-introduction of New IDD Packs which is the best deal in the country and covers calls made from Nigeria to 30 major international destinations for as low as N6.60 per minute. The bundles include IDD 100, IDD 200, IDD 500 and IDD 1,000. The IDD 100 gives the subscriber 12 minutes of call valid for 3 days, while IDD 200 gives 24 call minutes for 7 days. The IDD 500 bundle gives 60 minutes of call for 14 days, while the fourth bundle, IDD 1000, will avail the user 150 call minutes valid for 30 days.

According to Globacom, the 30 destinations covered by the new IDD packs include United States, United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa, India, China and Japan.

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