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Glo So Special Data Plan Gives You 4.5Gigs for N2500



Glo So Special is a glo data plan introduced by Globacom Nigeria, exclusively for glo subscribers that have migrated to Glo Overload. The plan gives subscribers 4.5GB at N2,500, valid for 30 days and you can use it 24/7. This simply means if you migrate to Glo Overload, you can buy glo data plan for N2,500 and get 4.5 gigs.

Glo So Special Data Plan

For you to subscribe to this plan, recharge your glo line with at least N2,500.  you can dial #124# to check your airtime balance.

Thereafter, you can dial *127*58# to buy So Special Glo data plan or text 58 to 127.

To check the balance of your Glo So Special MB, you can text info to 127 or dial *127*0#

NB: So Special data plan gives same volumes as Glo Always Macro plan (N3,000 plan) but at different price points.



7 Comments

7 Comments

  1. Unwana Johnson

    12/02/2015 at 1:28 pm

    Bro Jide; I find it very difficult using my unlocked MTN Fastlink modem to browse, even with their specified apn: Gloflat.
    Any solution for your boy?

    • Jide Oguns

      13/02/2015 at 2:25 am

      It’s a known issue. Some MTN modems won’t work with a glo SIM even after unlocking it.

  2. Alan

    28/02/2015 at 2:57 pm

    i find it distasteful that after buying the glo 4.5g data plan, I couldn’t use it. At Ohafia in Abia State, the Internet doesn’t function at all. At Aba, the speed is so low when compared to even MTN. I ask GLO to actually explain to its customers what really is happening to it. We who are ready to patronize a Nigerian company should be big enough the privilege of good service. For now it doesn’t seem GLO has the capability to do so. Maybe they have fallen asleep. They really need to wake up

  3. Lawrence

    18/03/2015 at 10:41 am

    Is this plan working for computers or a Smartphone and BlackBerry subscription

    Thanks

    • Jide

      09/09/2015 at 11:41 pm

      Works on computers, tablets and smartphones

  4. Don Caprio

    07/09/2015 at 12:49 pm

    Terminated? Wen? I’m still using it. Subscribed last month

    • Jide

      09/09/2015 at 11:22 pm

      Yea, it was once terminated. Restored though…

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