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Glo Subscribers Laud 11k Tariff For Local, International Calls

by November 26, 2016 General


Subscribers on the platform of data grandmasters, Globacom, have applauded the 11k per second for all tariff  plans launched by the company recently, describing it as offering good value for money.

11k Per Second for All, which enables Glo customers who subscribe to it to make local and international calls at the flat rate of 11 kobo per second, was among the four products launched by Globacom at a press conference in Lagos recently.

Several subscribers who spoke on the plan, through which they can call all local networks and 30 countries frequently called by Nigerians at 11 kobo per second, said it gives them more talk time to communicate with family, friends and business associates locally and internationally.

The plan can be enjoyed by all prepaid customers who pay a daily access fee of N5.  The 30 countries covered by the competitive 11k per second tariff are the United States, United Kingdom, South Africa, India, Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei, Canada, China, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, French Guiana, Guam, Japan, Hong Kong, Israel, Luxembourg, Malta, Mongolia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Puerto Rico, Reunion Island, Romania, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, and Sweden.

Hafiz Balogun, a legal practitioner in Abuja, said the plan was quite affordable and that he now makes a lot of savings when he calls his friends, clients and family members both in Nigeria and in the United States. “Glo has always shown it is the leader in telecoms in the country. I am delighted to be a Glo subscriber,” he enthused.

A Lagos-based journalist, Funke Ishola, was also full of praises for 11k Per Second for All which she said helps her in her job: “As a journalist, I make a lot of calls. With this new tariff, I am able to make my private and official calls at a much cheaper rate. My experience on the network since I joined over a year ago has been fantastic. I say kudos to Globacom for giving me good value for money.”

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