Now, pre-paid subscribers have access to bundle internet packages on the Glo network.
Here are the new pre-paid packages:
All Day (24-hour) Packages
- Always Day – N500 – 24 hours. Data cap: 50mb
- Always Min – N5, 0000 – 24 hours for 30 days. data cap: 1gb
- Always Max – N10, 000 – 24 hours for 30 days. Data cap: 3gb
I called customer care to source for more information on the above-listed All Day packages, but didn’t get through.
For example, I wanted to know if there are any data caps on those plans.Updated, courtesy of brym!
Bundled Hour Packages
- G100 – N6, 000 – 100 hours. 3GB data cap with validity of 1 month
- G300 – N15, 000 – 300 hours. 3GB data cap with validity of 3 months
The Bundled Hour Packages simply limit the user to a cumulative number of hours. It does not seem that there are any data caps on these packages.Updated, courtesy of brym!
- G Leisure – N5, 000 – 30 days, 8pm to pam everyday + all day during weekend. 3GB data cap
- G Work – N6, 000 -30 days, 8am to 9pm. 3GB data cap
The Flexi Packs simply limit the user to a cumulative number of hours. It does not seem that there are any data caps on these packages.Updated, courtesy of brym!
To get started, simply text “activate” to 127 from your Glo line.
I pulled out my Glo SIM this morning, loaded N500 to test out the Always Day package. I received a set of instructions right after texting the required code and successfully subscribed within minutes.
I used it successfully on both my smartphone and on a USB modem connected to a PC. No problems either way, so you can “rule your world” whichever way you want.
I found the Glo 3G internet connection still quite stable and more responsive than MTN’s. This is an excellent move by Glo. The variety of packages is also good, though the fact that some of them cost just about the same sort of spoils the treat.
Hopefully, Glo’s new pre-paid internet bundles will take some pressure off MTN’s over-subscribed 3G network, especially seeing that Zain still limits 3G to postpaid (contract) lines.
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