Recently, Glo revisited their data plans and reduced all their data volume by slashing them into two without informing his customers about the update.
This was really a sad one to all Globacom subscribers, because, the most reason why everyone ported to Glo network was the fact that they offered an heavy load data volume for an affordable prices.
But wait, did they really slashed the data volume into two? Of course yes! They did that intentionally, and i am here to explain and also make you understand why they did that.
A concerned Glo subscriber went ahead to contact Glo on their twitter page to ask them reason why data volume has to be reduced and this is what Glo NG have to say as seen below
Hello, “data caps” has not been reduced. Subscriber who does not resubscribe 3 days after data expiration will get half the plan TT.
I hope you understood what Glo said up there? Alright, I’ll explain to you guys, incase you don’t grab what Glo said there.
What this means is that, for those that still has active plan and auto renewal not cancelled will still enjoy the previous data volume.
If you in any way cancelled Auto-renewal of data, kindly sms ACCEPT TO 127 to restore your auto renewal if it has been cancelled. Then, subsequent subscription to that plan will automatically take you back to the old data volume.
For example: If you subscribe for a N1000 plan at the new rate which is 1.6GB, normally, auto-renewal will be activated automatically when you subscribe, auto renewal comes as default if you subscribe to a new plan. Then, before the data expires, subsequent subscription will automatically take you back to the old rate which is N1000 for 3.2GB.
The thing is, you must resubscribe immediately so that you can enjoy the previous data capacity. If you don’t resubscribe 3 days after data expiration, you will get half the old data volume.
The strategy is just to lock in their loyal customers. Policy is just for customer to stick to their Network. If you have any question to ask, or confused about this update, kindly leave a comment below and I’ll explain more further.Sponsored Links:
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