Globacom Unveils New 1-Derful Offer As Airtime Becomes A Commodity Business In Nigeria

Anyone watching will know that telecom companies in Nigeria are indeed pushing the punches to one another. They want to grab the customers as margins have shrunk. The industry ARPU (average revenue per user) continues to go down. So the best deal to get things going? Launch new products.


That is exactly what Glo is doing. Globacom Nigeria has unveiled a new product, I-Derful. This product will enable users make more calls with less cost. They simply want to use this product and many more coming to dominate the Nigerian market.


“Our target is to be number one , to be the dominant player in the Nigeria’s telecommunication sector, we are doing over 20 million subscribers on our network and we are looking forwards to doubling that subscriber base in the next one and a half year,” said Glo’s Mr. Adewale Sangowanwa.


Recently, Glo and other competitors have been seeing out ways to grow their revenues. They just went into partnership with Nokia to introduce Nokia E6.  Through this deal, they distribute  Nokia E6, E7 and N8 devices. For just N7, 500, Glo is offering 6GB of data plan for six months.


Globacom Limited is Africa’s fastest growing telecommunications company. Owned by the Mike Adenuga Group, Globacom is the market leading mobile service provider in Nigeria. Globacom also operates in the Republic of Benin and has recently acquired licenses to operate in Ghana and the Ivory Coast. It has a reputation as one of the fastest growing mobile service providers in the world. Globacom Limited aims to be recognized as the biggest and best mobile network in Africa.

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