Leadership (Abuja)

13 February 2013

Nigeria: Glo Introduces Five New Tariff Plans

Globacom has introduced five new subscriber-friendly tariff plans targeted at its prepaid customers.

The new plans, Hi-Flyer and Talkfree have been introduced to address the needs of high value voice and data subscribers while the new G-Bam, new Infinito and new Gista which already exist, have been repackaged to offer more value to customers.

Elaborating on the new tariff plans, Globacom's Coordinator, Marketing, Adeniyi Olukoya, said that the new tariffs would deliver more value to subscribers on the network. "Whether they spend more on calls or data, these new tariff plans will deliver more value as subscribers can make calls within the network for as low as 5k/sec and international calls for as low as 15k/sec," he said.

Continuing, Olukoya explained that subscribers on the Talkfree plan will enjoy 150 free minutes and 150 free SMS monthly while Glo-to-Glo calls on the plan will be at 15k/sec and calls to other networks will be at the rate of 18k/sec. To enjoy the fantastic Talkfree rates subscribers will pay a monthly subscription fee of N1,000 only.

With the Hi-Flyer plan, customers who subscribe to any data plan from 200MB and above will enjoy calls to all networks at 18k/sec. Under this plan, the customers will enjoy the best data usage, unrivalled customer experience and flat calling rates to all networks.

The new G-Bam tariff allows subscribers to call five loved ones at 5k/sec and call all networks at 18k/sec.

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