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Globacom rolls out enhanced data connectivity package, Oga SIM

By Prince Osuagwu, Hi-Tech Editor & Juliet Umeh
LAGOS—
Globacom Wednesday rolled out another SIM package called, Oga SIM,with enhanced data connectivity benefits.

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The new package is a special SIM that offers subscribers huge value to enrich their experience on the network.

Unveiling the offering at Mike Adenuga Towers, Victoria Island, Lagos, the company’s Regional Chief Marketing Officer, Ashok Israni, said the product  gives Glo subscribers  125 percent bonus on data bundle subscriptions.

He said: “Oga SIM is revolutionary considering its offerings. A  new data subscriber who buys any data plan on Glo, automatically gets 125 percent bonus. “The subscriber  does not need to  do anything  else to enjoy the benefit  besides just  buying  a  preferred  data  plan.

“For instance, a  new subscriber who buys N500 worth of data subscription will automatically get 1.8GB of data instead of the usual 800MB;  while a customer  who buys N1000 data package gets 3.6GB instead of 1.6GB.

“N2000 fetches the subscriber 8.26GB instead of 3.65GB, while N2,500 gives a whopping 12.9GB instead of 5.75GB” he added.

He said the  benefits also extend to old data subscribers who have not  used  Glo data services in the last three months.

Explaining the rationale behind the new offer, Israni said Globacom realizes the importance of data connectivity in today’s world.

He described it as “the best offer in the market place at this point in time in this country  as  no other offer comes close. “This consolidates Globacom’s position as the company that gives unbeatable value to all categories of its customers”.

He also expressed confidence that Too has the capacity to absorb expected influx into the network, saying: “Globacom has invested millions of dollars on expanding and upgrading the network, increasing  its capacity and giving  superior customer experience  on the network.”

 


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