Hello TechAfresh readers, it no longer News that the whole World has been forced to stay more at home than usual due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Mobile Network providers are trying to less boring of lockdown by providing bonus and cheap data offers. In order to facilitate work from home, sustain business activities and create more excitement for Nigerians, Globacom launces the stay home data plan offer.
The Glo stay home data plan is plan that will let you get an extra value of data upto 20% to the regular data plan you subscribed to on the GloNG Network. It has no much difference with the regular plans and no additional requirement.
Meaning that for each glo data plan you subscribe to, Glo will add upto to 20 per cent of the volume of data you subscribe for depending on the data plan you activate. However the more data you buy, the bigger the percentage upto 20%.
If you subscribe to a data plan for as low as N100, the bunus may not be more than 5% but for a plan of N1000 will attracts nothing less than 12% more data and upto 20% for mega bundles as stated by the company.
“The more data you buy, the more data bonus you enjoy. For example, a N20,000 data plan will attract up to 20% more data, while a N100 data plan will give the subscriber up to 5% more data”, the network company explained.”
Eligibility:- All glo customers are eligible to the stay home data plan and it works on all device.
How to Subscribe to the Glo Stay Home Data Plan.
Like the default way, simply dail *777# and select the plan of your choice, and begin to unjoy upto 20% more data bonus.
Glo Data Plan – Activation Of Glo Stay Home Data Plan Offer
“The statement further said that a breakdown of the additional data shows furthermore that if a subscriber buys the N500 bundle, he would now receive 1.05GB instead of the former 1GB. The N1000 bundle will now attract 2.5GB instead of the previous 2.3GB. For a N2000 bundle, the new package has 5.8GB instead of the old 5.25GB, while a N3,000 data purchase would receive a massive 10GB as against the 9GB which customers received in the old package.”