• Flexi Recharge gives subscribers credit for calls & data
• No need to purchase separate data bundles for internet
• dial *123*PIN# to enjoy Glo Flexi
• subscribers to get data benefit by default
Nigeria: Globacom has announced the launched of a new initiative, Glo Flexi Recharge, which the company said allows customers to use data and voice without having to buying a fixed data and voice bundle.
According to a statement released Thursday, Flexi Recharge gives subscribers credit for calls and internet-related services, which means that its subscribers will no longer need to purchase separate data bundles for internet connectivity and calls.
It added subscribers only need to dial *123*PIN# to enjoy Glo Flexi. However, the company did not give more details on the product. For instance subscribers would want to know what amount of recharge credit would give what data size and call duration.
“With Glo Flexi Recharge, subscribers will get data benefit by default. Subscribers do not need to worry about buying data plans. Once they are on Glo Flexi Recharge, they will be able to make calls, send SMS, browse, or use social media network platforms such as Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, etc., just like subscribers who purchase data bundles. We have made data access very simple for our customers,” Globacom said in a statement.
“Glo Flexi Recharge is consistent with our determination to deliver unbeatable value to our esteemed subscribers regardless of their lifestyles. We go to great lengths to create special packages to suit the lifestyles of our various subscribers,” the company said.
The telecom company said Glo Flexi Recharge is a product of serious and careful planning and is aimed at making life easier for subscribers.
Globacom has enjoyed steady growth in terms of the number of data subscribers joining the network. This feat has been attributed to its massive investment in infrastructure, including the Glo 1 undersea cable and the company’s extensive fibre optic cable that criss-crosses the length and breadth of the country.