Glo Jolof: Get 6 Minutes Of Call Time For as low as N25 & N50

Last Updated on August 15th, 2014.

glo 2Globacom, one of the largest telecom companies in Africa recently launched yet another cheap package for its esteem subscribers. The Glo jolof package is quite cost-effective in the sense you get 3 minutes of call time and 3 Sms for just N25, also make 6 minutes of call time and get 6 Sms for only N50. this is so far the cheapest in terms of call rates which makes it very pocket friendly.

Any Glo subscriber just having sufficient balance of N25 or N50, can dial the recharge string and enjoy the benefits, adding that the value a subscriber would get from the N25 and N50 recharge strings is almost double the value the subscriber would have gotten if he or she made the calls or send sms from his or her main account credit balance.

Using the N25 recharge string you get three minutes of call time and three sms, Two of the three minutes are for calls within the Globacom network while the third is available for the subscriber to call any other network. All the three sms are on net.

Also the N50 recharge string, which gives the subscriber 6 minutes of call time and 6 Sms, whereby giving telecommunication subscribers more value for money. Out of the six minutes of call time, four are for calls within the network while two are for calls to other networks. The six short messaging services (sms) are for on net utilization. The tantalizing benefit is valid until midnight of the same day of recharge.

How To Subscribe For Glo Jolof Package

Simply dial: *0805*25# for N25

Dial *0805*50# for N50

NOTE: The  actual value of N25 or N50 would be deducted from your account balance. Now you can then use the N25 or N50 respectively to enjoy the special bundle of three minutes and six minutes for calls as well as three Sms and six Sms.

Also the jolof package recharge strings of N25 and N50 works on any tariff plan, you don’t have to change your actual tariff plan.

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