How to Migrate to Glo Bounce - Tariff Plan

Discussion in 'Networks' started by Olayanju Kabir, Jun 3, 2017.

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  1. Olayanju Kabir

    Olayanju Kabir Itz Kofem Staff Member

    For those considering migrating to Glo bounce, Glo Bounce tariff plan is a prepaid price plan from glo nigeria with a whole lot of freebies and amazingly low call rates for as low as 5k/sec. The tariff plan has come with 0.00 daily charge so you don't have to start worrying about paying a dime to get the freebies. Below is the full details and the migration codes for the glo bounce tariff plan.
    • Free facebook browsing on 0.facebook.com
    • Free Ring Back Tune for one month.
    • Free SMS on every charged SMS you send and it is useable to all networks in Nigeria i.e you get a free SMS to send to any network anytime you send a charged SMS.
    • Send SMS for as low as NGN 4.00 to all networks, NGN 10.00 to International lines and #3.00 to your peeps on glo bounce tariff
    How To Migrate To The Glo Bounce Tariff Plan

    • To migrate to the Glo Bounce tariff plan, simply dial *170*4# from your glo line then press 1to confirm.
    • To migrate the Campus zone option and make calls at a flat rate of 5k/sec to all glo numbers when you are within your campus zone, simply dial *170*9#
    How To Check Your Data Balance and Other Freebies on Glo Bounce
    To check your data balance, simply dial #122# and you can check your account directly by dialing #124*1#

    How To Configure Your Modem Or Phone To Use The 30MB
    If you have not been using your glo line to connect to the internet before now, quickly send "internet" as a message to "1010" and wait for the internet settings to arrive your phone and in case your phone does not support Over The Air configuration like some Android Phones go to my previous post ==> How To Configure Glo Internet On Android Phones To browse The Internet

    Sources: Glo bounce

    I guess this is the cheapest tariff plan in our country Nigeria so far, got any objection, question, contribution or any cheaper tariff plan you know? Don't just read this, use the comment box to say something on this post.
     
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