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Globacom drops international call rates

Globacom drops international call rates

Globacom says it has dropped the cost of making international calls on its network a lower rate of 11k per second.

The Glo Ringa service allows subscribers on the Globacom network to make local and international calls at 11 kobo per second, the telecoms company says.

Globacom, the Second National Operator owned by Dr Mike Adenuga Jnr says the new product was among several others carefully conceived and designed to give customers unbeatable value for money.

Sola Arowogbadamu, Globacom’s Head, Usage and Retention says that ”11k per second for all can be enjoyed by all prepaid customers who pay a daily access fee of N5.”

For international calls, Glo subscribers on the plan can call thirty destinations at 11 kobo per second.

The international destinations are Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei, Canada, China, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, French Guiana, Guam, Japan, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Luxembourg, Malta , Mongolia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Puerto Rico, Reunion Island, Romania, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea,Spain, Sweden, UK, US.

Mike Adenuga Jnr, Chairman of Globacom
Dr Mike Adenuga Jnr, Chairman of Globacom

Globacom says that new and existing customers can migrate to the plan by dialling *211#.

“This is the best deal ever and it is in sync with our forte of making life sweeter for our esteemed customers to enjoy our rich bouquet of offerings and products at pocket-friendly rates as they cope with the economic recession in the country,” the company adds.

Globacom remains the network with second largest subscriber base in Nigeria with 36,967,712 subscribers after MTN with 60,558,569 subscribers, according to the latest quarterly subscriber operator data released by the Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC), the industry regulator.

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Donatus Anichukwueze Technology Writer at Technology Times Media e-mail: donatus.anichukwueze@technologytimes.ng

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