National telecommunications operator, Globacom, says subscribers on its network will enjoy the Free Data Day on Friday, August 11, where eligible subscribers will get 200 MB free data to enjoy a full day of FREE browsing, chatting, streaming, downloading, uploading and lots more.
This, it said, was in fulfillment of its pledge recently to announce a day that its subscribers would be allowed to browse the net free of charge.
In a press statement issued in Lagos on Tuesday, Globacom said that subscribers should use 100MB and N150 on voice calls OR N250 on voice calls between Friday 4th and Thursday 10th August to qualify.
The company had explained at the launch of Glo Free Data Day that the offer was in demonstration of its commitment towards giving more value to its subscribers.
All prepaid Glo subscribers are eligible for the offer, Globacom stated, adding that once they meet the voice and/or data usage threshold within seven days, they will qualify to enjoy the Free Data Day.
With the new product, subscribers on the Glo network have an opportunity to do so much more on the internet by browsing free of charge for a whole day.
“We appreciate the essence of the internet in contemporary world. We are through this product empowering our customers in an unprecedented way in their business, social and educational pursuits”, Globacom stated.
Globacom further explained that customers would be notified when they have qualified for the Free Data Day and that they do not need to dial any code to opt in or subscribe to any platform before enjoying the benefits.
“When a customer qualifies for the offering, he would be able to enjoy free data usage anytime that day. This unique initiative is first in Nigeria and unveils a new level of freedom to use data. Now the customers can enjoy this free data on the world class new 4G LTE network of Glo,” it added.
Globacom also stated that it had strengthened its network to provide stronger voice and data services to its subscribers in keeping with its promise to change the face of telecom services in Nigeria.
It ended the statement by assuring its subscribers that it had enhanced the quality of its network to accommodate the anticipated traffic that the exciting product would add.