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Glo Subscribers Can Now Top Up Airtime Directly for Data and International Calls



Top Nigeria telecom company, Globacom Nigeria, has unveiled a unique 3-in-1 Recharge Option to make the process of loading regular airtime credit, international calling packs and glo data bundles more convenient for  subscribers.

This new option allows Glo subscribers, especially those that cannot remember codes to access certain services to top up their airtime credit for various services directly without going through the process of first topping up their prepaid accounts before‎ allocating the airtime for data bundles or international calls.

Launching the 3-in-1 recharge option at the Mike Adenuga Towers in Lagos, Head of Operations, Bisi Koleoso, said the company decided to simplify the airtime recharge process in order to provide customers with more convenient options in line with its avowed commitment to put subscribers first in everything.

laucnh of glo 3 in one recharge option

How Glo 3-in-1 Recharge Option Works

==> To directly top up and add airtime to main balance , dial *123*PIN#

==> To directly buy a glo data bundle without cramming codes, dial *223*PIN#

==> To subscribe to International Direct Dialing (IDD) pack, dial *323*PIN#

Let’s say you want to subscribe to N1000, Always Micro data plan, you can buy a N1000 glo recharge card and dial *223*PIN#. You will automatically be subscribed to the plan. Hence, no need recharging the pin and start googling for the code to subscribe to Glo Always Micro plan.

Makes sense, right?

Glo promises that customers who use the *223*PIN# option to load a data bundle will get an extra 385MB of data when they load a N1000 credit instead of the 350 MB of free data they would have received if they had used the conventional recharge option to load the same N1000 recharge credit.

Note that the former recharging code on Glo network is still valid for customers who may wish to continue with the existing option of first buying the airtime and dial the required code for the service they want.

What’s your take on this?

 

Source : Glo Website



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