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Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Glo takes products to 2007 Lagos fair

Second National Operator, Globacom has taken its avalanche of products to the 2007 edition of the Lagos International Trade Fair, which started last Friday, November 2, in Lagos.

Executive Director, Marketing Communications at Globacom, Mr. Okon Iyanam, informed that the telco is showcasing its niche products, which have given it the edge in the market in the last four years of its existence.

He also said that with a superior network capability, Globacom delivers a bouquet of Value Added Services (VAS) in the country.

Some of these VAS include Glo Voice, Short Messaging Service (SMS) and Glo Caller Tunes.

According to him, visitors to the Globacom stand will also have the opportunity to access its products and services such as Glo Mobile Banking, Mobile Internet, Fleet Manager, Telemetry and Security Solutions for Homes, Utility Companies and Banks among others.

The telco, he emphasised is also providing customer care services for subscribers at the fair, just as various gifts have been packaged for visitors to its stand throughout the one-week duration of the fair.

Globacom, a wholly Nigerian telco has in the last four years been at the fore front of empowering Nigerians to realize their fullest potentials by placing Global System for Mobile (GSM) communications through services and other value adding services at their disposal at very affordable costs.

Champion Infotel recalls that last year, the telco had a most successful outing with a very huge patronage of its pavilion by its subscribers and visitors who wanted to join the Glo network.

Given the success of that outing, officials of the company are having higher expectations for the participation this year and have expressed readiness to receive them.



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