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WelcomeBack Bonus: Recharge Your Glo SIM With N100 and Get N600 or Load N1000 and Get N6000 Free Credit

It seems the reduction of Glo data volume few months back, chased away their subscribers and Globacom want to use business strategy to drive back their customers who have dumped their SIM to start using it again.

As we know, Etisalat is still offering N4000 airtime bonus to their inactive subscribers when they recharged with N200. Globacom has now joined the trend of free airtime give away, called their own “WelcomeBack Bonus“. Glo is offering N600 Airtime Bonus when you recharge your line with just N100.

Note: Ignore any message telling you that you will get N6000 when you load N100 airtime. The news is not genuine. The truth is that N100 is for N600 bonus (i.e N400 for call and N200 for browsing which is the 50mb), While N1000 unlock all the bonus which is the N6000. Don’t get it twisted.

How to Activate the Bonus
If you have not used your Glo SIM in over 30 days, Simply;
• Look for where ever you dumped your Glo sim, quickly clean up the dust.
• Insert it back into your phone and wait for the message that confirms your eligibility.
• Ensure you have received an SMS like the one below:

Dear customer, we value ur friendship and have credited ur account with N6000. Recharge ur Glo line to unlock ur FREE credit. Dial #122*34# to check balance.

Then, recharge your SIM with N100 and dial #122*34# to check your data balance.

Note: Credit bonus cannot be used to purchase data bundles, but you can use it to browse and make calls. To get more bonus, you need to recharge with more money. 

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