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Glo 11k per second for all excites subscribers

The celebrated grandmasters of data, Globacom, has adduced reasons why it gave subscribers more talk time to communicate with family, friends and business associates locally and internationally, which led to introduction of its well-received product, 11k Per Second For All, reports ITRealms.

Head, Usage and Retention at Globacom, Sola Arowogbadamu said in a press statement made avaialble to ITRealms that the product allows Glo customers to make local and international calls at the flat rate of 11 kobo per second among its four products.

Arowogbadamu also said that the new product was among several others carefully conceived and designed to give customers unbeatable value for money.

"11k Per Second For All can be enjoyed by all prepaid customers who pay a daily access fee of N5," he said, stressing that it was conceived to reduce expenses on calls by Globacom customers, especially at these austere times.

He pointed out that for international calls, Glo subscribers on the plan could call thirty destinations at 11 kobo per second. Just as the international destinations are Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei, Canada, China, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, French Guiana, Guam, Japan, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Luxembourg, Malta , Mongolia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Puerto Rico, Reunion Island, Romania, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea,
Spain, Sweden, UK, US.

Arowogbadamu further said that Globacom's new and existing customers could take advantage of of this plan by migrating by merely dialing *211#.

“This is the best deal ever and it is in sync with our forte of making life sweeter for our esteemed customers to enjoy our rich bouquet of offerings and products at pocket-friendly rates as they cope with the economic recession in the country,” he said.


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