Glo Nigeria — The widely acknowledged grandmaster of data is really reliving their data spree to it customers. Glo was known to provide its subscribers with data plans second to none. However, as the economy started crumbling, they had to slash the data they expend to its users. After their Yakata plan
success which is still serving most of its subscribers, they've come up with the Glo Oga
It is of necessity to understand that this offer works only with Glo 4G enabled sim cards but your phone doesn’t have to support 4G LTE band to get the bonus.
So if your sim is not 4G, you can either upgrade your 3G sim or get a new lte sim card to start enjoying oga.
The requirements doesn't ends at there, even if you are using 4G sim, you have to renew your subscription before it expire to get the bonus.
If you haven’t subscribe to any data plan with your glo sim for the past 90 days, you are eligible for the double data. But anything lesser than that, you will only get this double bonus for the second subscription (if you renew before the first expire).
Features of the Glo oga double data include:
→ Those sim that has been inactive for less than 90 days will be the double data on second subscription provided they renew before the first expires.
→ You get 125%
data bonus on all standard data plans.
→ The bonus account will be active for 3 months. They mean here that you will stop receiving the double data after 90 days. → Your Glo sim must be 4G.
→ The Current data must be renewed to get the bonus.
→ Its for Glo sim that has been in active for more than 90 days → You can get the bonus on first subscription.
→ Even though it works for only 4G sims, your device doesn’t have to be 4G enabled to use it. Just make sure 3G network is fast in your location.
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If you purchase a N1000 worth of data, instead of getting the usual 1.8gb + 200mb bonus the user will get a whopping 3.5gb data. Alternatively, if you purchase a 7.2gb data for N2,500 , you will get a 13gb instead. The GLO Oga SIM Data Bonus is meant to last for four months.
The data spree to subscribers isn't new as it now seems to be a trend in the country. Airtel Nigeria did something similar and were rewarded for their sweats with high turnout of new customers, as seen in the NCC report. 9mobile introduced 4.5GB for only N500, however, its validity is merely 5 days.