Did you just buy a Glo SIM and you are wondering the best tariff plan to switch to in order to enjoy maximum calls with low charges? Join me as I reveal the cheapest tariff plans on Glo Nigeria.
You may be also be thinking if getting a Glo line is worth it considering that your network provider gives you a lot of benefits, well, after reading this piece you will be convinced as to why you should get rid of your present SIM and replace it with a Glo line as soon as possible.
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As we already know Glo is an indigenous telecom company, and one of the major network providers competing in Nigerian telecommunication market with over 30 million registered subscribers in May, 2015.
Now let’s get down to business.
Cheapest Tariff Plans on Glo Nigeria
Glo has a lot of tariff plans which are fashioned to have various access plans, freebies and bonuses depending on individual choices. Some of Glo tariff plans Life, include Glo Infinito, Glo Hi-Flier, Glo Gbam Plus, Glo G-BAM Hi 5ive, Overload, Glo Bounce and many others.
To consider cheapest tariff plans on Glo Nigeria means we are looking at access fee, call and SMS charges. Also, we must remember that all tariff plans on Glo have their attendant benefits.
Let’s review some of the cheapest Tariff plans:
Glo Gbam Plus: Glo charges 11 kobo per second or N6.60 per minute to all networks. It attracts an access fee of N5 daily from the first call.
To migrate to this tariff plan just dial *100*6# from your Glo phone. First time registration is free but subsequent ones attract N100. It is one of the cheapest tariff plans on Glo network.
Also, international calls to 5 countries (US, UK, India, China and Canada) are charged at flat rate of 20 kobo per second. Glo also gives 5MB of free Internet data here. Why not give it a try? I bet you will find it interesting.
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Glo Bounce: If you migrate to this tariff plan, you will be charged 11 kobo per second to both Glo and other networks.
It is a prepaid tariff plan which attracts an access fee of 15 kobo per second (or N24) on the first call. To switch to this plan just dial *170*4# and it is done.
First time registration is free but subsequent ones attract N100. It gives subscribers 20MB of free Internet data.
Glo Bounce is one of the cheapest tariff plans on Glo Nigeria.
Glo Infinito: This affords Glo subscribers to the opportunity to call 10 social numbers at lower rates.
This serves as default for new Glo SIMs. Here, Glo to Glo calls are charged 20 kobo per second, glo to others is 30 kobo per second and calls to the 10 special numbers is 10 kobo per second.
For SMS, Glo to Glo is N4 and Glo to others is N5. To migrate just dial *100*9*2# from your Glo mobile phone. First time registration is free but subsequent ones attract N100.
Cheapest tariff plans on Glo Nigeria are relative as our definitions of “cheap” vary.
Also, looking at cheap from call charge and SMS charge implications led to the conclusion that the tariffs above are the cheapest on the network; hence they are the most popular.
Glo just like other competitors in Nigerian telecom network continuously bring new plans, ideas and bonuses including freebies all in the quest to get more customers and create a bigger subscriber base.
Furthermore, what determines the plan you choose depends basically the nature of callers you often call. For example, if you don’t have 10 persons to register on your Glo number, then you don’t have a business being on Glo Infinito, but if you do have 10 friends and family members, you will definitely find it fun to be on.
Also, since you make cheaper international calls if you have family, friends and business associates overseas in the country above, you will find glo Gbam plus interesting.
Moreso, the conditions for choosing the cheapest tariff plans on Glo Nigeria by subscribers depend on choice and peculiar situations.Click here to see the latest work from home jobs
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