This Day (Lagos)

Nigeria: Glo Gives Free Data On Bolt Internet Modem

The new Glo Bolt internet modem has been loaded with spectacular free benefits including a free Glo SIM card, 500 MB of data once the SIM is registered and activated and free monthly data for six months for new and existing data subscribers on the Glo network.

New and existing subscribers who subscribe to any of the pocket friendly plans such as Always Macro, Always Min, Always Max, the Silver, Gold or Platinum plans will get a 30 per cent instant bonus and 200 MB free data every month for 6 months. The free data will be automatically given to the subscriber as soon as he/she activates a plan of N1,000 and above each month.

Globacom's General Manager, Marketing, Ashutosh Tiwary, said that Glo Bolt thrives on "speed and performance and with the service, the subscriber is always a winner because we recognise that speed is a driver of value."

Tiwary said that Glo Bolt offers unparalleled value since the cost of the modem has been significantly reduced and bundled with a free SIM and 500 MB free data on activation, noting "Our innovative plan sharing and plan gifting capability will also make Glo Bolt the internet service of choice in the market."

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