Data subscribers on the platform of national telecommunications operator, Globacom, will henceforth enjoy a new bonus offer intended to give them enhanced access to the internet.
The package gives internet users on the Glo network 6 gigabytes of data for only N3,000 subscription, with a one-month validity period.
The company, in the same breadth, has introduced a new N4,000 data plan with a one month validity period. There was hitherto no N4,000 plan.
Disclosing the new developments in Lagos, Ashok Israni, Globacom’s Regional Chief Marketing Officer, said that the N3,000 subscription hitherto offered the customer only 4.5GB data.
On how to enjoy the fantastic new data offers, he explained that all the subscriber needs to do is to dial *777# and follow the interactive SMS prompt.
He added that the offers were being given at this time to empower subscribers to keep browsing after the Christmas and festive seasons.
“We know that our subscribers must have spent a lot of money during the yuletide season. As the New Year begins, we are giving more for less to our valued subscribers to keep them connected on the internet.”
Besides the huge extra 1.5 GB data on the new package, Israni said, the subscriber would also enjoy the super fast data capacity.
“The bumper data offers ride on Globacom’s huge data infrastructure backed by the high capacity Glo 1 submarine cable, which brings direct connectivity between West Africa and the rest of the world. The facility provides much faster and more robust connectivity for voice, data and video.”
The new offer complements the Twin Bash which 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 6 and 9 GB data offers are therefore, the icing on the cake following the unprecedented Twin Bash gift to Glo subscribers,” Israni added.