The fully integrated telecommunications solutions provider, Globacom, has offered its new and existing subscribers, an unconditional 25 percent bonus airtime when they recharge their Glo lines electronically, with N100 and above.
The offer, aimed at promoting electronic recharge, and which commenced on August 1, 2017, is available on all tariff plans. The compmay added that interested subscribers would continue to enjoy the full benefit of normal plana such as G-Bam, Infinito, Free Tomorrow, Glo Bumpa, etc, in addition to the 15 percent unconditional bonus.
In a statement issued from its Head Office during the week, Globacom said “the offer rewards customers unconditionally when they recharge their lines electronically, through any e-channel, such as Banks’ USSD recharge codes, mobile banking apps, Automated Teller Machines, Glo’s *805# USSD recharge code, Glo Café, Online/web merchants, Point-Of-Sale terminals and direct purchase from Glo retail outlets.”
Meanwhile, this week’s episode of Professor Johnbull, a TV drama series, sponsored by Globacom, features international thespian, Juliet Ibrahim, for the first time and throws sardonic barbs at the antics of foreign currency pedlars.
Titled: Money Changers, the episode which also teaches citizens on how to avoid being duped by the fraudsters was aired on Tuesday at 8.30.p.m on NTA Network, NTA International on DSTV Channel 251 and NTA on StarTimes, with a repeat broadcast tomorrow also at 8.30 p.m. on the same channels.