Along with the Glo Stay Home Data Plan offer, the telecom has introduced another impressive data offer, which is called “Glo Sunday Data Plan” that gives you 1.25GB of data for just ₦200. It is Glo 1.25GB for N200.
Globacom Nigeria has published this offer on all their social account, -Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Where they all say “Get 1.25GB of data for just ₦200 to make your Sundays more pleasurable. Simply dial *777# and go to the “Night and Weekend” tab.”
Well, Glo is one of the best data plan providers in the country. Although, it might not be best in service providers when compared with other telecoms.
Glo has definitely been helpful in this strange time, COVID-19. The company has already introduced a Stay at home data plan offer, that gives you 20% on all your renewed / purchased data plan.
Get 1.25GB of data for just ₦200 to make your Sundays more pleasurable.
— Glo Nigeria (@GloWorld) April 4, 2020
How to activate Glo 1.25GB for N200
To subscribe to the new Glo 1.25GB for N200, dial *777#, choose Night and weekend plans, then scroll down to the plan of your choice and select.
Within a few seconds, Glo will automatically activate the new data plan. You can now enjoy the new Sunday data plan, which expires on a single Sunday.
What is the Validity date / Period of the data plan? The validity of this plan is only on Sunday, which is basically a single (1) day.
How to check data balance? Dial *127*0# or go to his.glo.com on your laptop.
Well, there are some smarter Glo data plans out there, like the nighty 1GB for N100 plan (12 am to 5 am for 5days), or daily 1GB for N300, a two-day 2GB for N500 plan, and the amazing 7GB for N1,500.
Fortunately, all this awesome data plan offer is available on Glo’s *777# data menu. Well, Airtel is also giving 1GB data to her users that download and register their SIM on the Airtel app.
Since we are all in this haunting hours, and Glo might want to lift our burdens with their new bundle plans. We are still unsure if Globacom will continue these offers after the lockdown has been lifted up.