Earlier on this year, we did a spotlight on Globacom’s new website, pointing out the fact that it was more of a status symbol because it provided no useful information for subscribers.
We are glad to bring you an update, and it is good news. What has been done now is that the site has been split up into two main sections – “Corporate” and “Nigeria”. The “Nigeria” section of the website contains useful information about all services and products of the GSM giant, while the “Corporate” section features corporate info.
There is a drop-down menu at the top-right section of the homepage from where you select which of the two main sections that you want to go. There’s also now a search box, allowing users to find information quickly. But note that the box searches only whatever section of the site you are in.
Need any information on Glo products and services? Head over to the new GloWorld.com.
Good job, Glo!
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