At a press conference in Lagos held yesterday, Nigeria’s indigenous telecommunications network, Globacom unveiled their new data borrowing service tagged the Glo Borrow Me Data. The features gives registered subscribers ability to borrow data up to 3.2GB and repay later. Contained below is all you need to know about this new service.
If you’re planning to buy a new device and wish to have the maximum support for 4G-LTE networks in Nigeria or need the Glo 4G-LTE support in particular or you just want to find out the devices that support Glo’s 4G-LTE network, you should check on this list below.
So this weekend I had lots of things things to download from the internet and I almost began processing the queue ahem it struck me to look out for weekend-only data plans so it’ll be much cheaper. And these are the plans I could gather up.
Over the last 24+ hours, my headline news has been about Nigerian telecommunication giants, MTN and Glo launching their 4G-LTE service. And just less than 24hours later I’m beginning to feel all the excitement was not worth it.
I guess now, it’s longer news that Glo has launched their 4G-LTE network, since to fore a weapon you first have to load the bullets, let’s checkout the plans available to really make this 4G-LTE thingy something beneficial to us.
If you don’t already know, the term 4G LTE is really two terms. 4G means the fourth generation of data technology for cellular networks following 3G, the third generation. .LTE stands for Long Term Evolution and is short for a very technical process for high-speed data for phones and other mobile devices. Together, they make 4G LTE ̶ the fastest 4G service available today. In lay man English, just see 4G LTE as up to 4 to 5 times faster than standard 3G connectivity.