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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Glo goes to Lagos Trade Fair

SECOND National Operator (SNO), Globacom, at the weekend, joined other participants at the on-going Lagos International Trade Fair, Badagry Expressway, Lagos, with a bouquet of products and services.

Sales Director at Globacom, Mr. Ken Hall, said that the firm’s pavilion clearly depicts a brand committed to giving subscribers the best.

According to him, the exhibition structure comes in the company’s green colour and the interior is a quick reminder of the ambience of the Gloworld shops across the country.

He explained that Globacom is at the 2008 Fair with all its superior services and offerings for all categories of subscribers.

“Glo is offering products such as Glo lines, recharge cards, value added services and the most affordable Blackberry to visitors at its stand,” he said.

In addition, he said, Glo is displaying the qualities which made it Nigeria’s most advanced telecommunication company by showcasing world-class telecoms services like voice Short Messaging Service (VSMS), mobile banking, Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), mobile Internet, vehicle tracking, container and parcel tracking, Text2email and numerous others to visitors to its beautiful stand.

“Visitors who patronize the Glo stand at the Fair are not going back home empty handed as the company has brought a lot of gift items for its numerous customers,” Mr. Hall said.

Glo customers at the Fair also have the opportunity to win 10 mobile phones and recharge cards worth thousands of naira in a draw to be held as the Fair progresses.
Visitors, he said, have the chance of making their purchases and winning good gifts from the network.

These range from biros, fez caps, Naija wrist-bands, gift bags, T-Shirts, chairs to tables


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