The three new products are Talk More, Flexi Recharge and New Data Plans. They are to ensure Glo users get more quality service at a cheaper rate.
The products are Talk More, Flexi Recharge and New Data Plans.
Talk More will enable subscribers to make calls to all networks in Ghana at 11 Ghana pesewas per minute. This rate is currently the most affordable off-net rate in Ghana currently.
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This implies that Glo has reduced its charge from 14 Ghana pesewas to 11 Ghana pesewas.
“Talk More” is now the default package on all new Glo SIMS, new customers will get free data on every recharge.
Customers will get 25MB for GHȻ1 recharge, while GHȻ2 give 50MB and GHc5 gives 125MB. For heavy users, a GHc10 recharge gets 250MB, while GHc20 and GHc50 get 500MB and 1250MB respectively.
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Validity for the free data will be 1day, 2days, 5 days, 10 days, 20 days and 50 days for a corresponding recharge of GHc 1, GHc 2, GHc 5, GHc10, GHc 20 &GHc 50 denomination respectively.
The company said, “existing prepaid subscribers can freely sign on for Talk More via *567# to migrate.”
At the launch, the company also introduced its new Head of Business Nagasai Viswanath Saridey. He is their sixth head in four years of the company’s operation in Ghana.
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Nagasai Viswanath Saridey said the product “is a response to a need to ensure subscribers call for less and derive the maximum value from every cedi spent on recharging.”
On the flexi recharge, Nagasai Viswanath Saridey said: “this means customers no longer need to fear when their data bundles are exhausted; once the customer has air time, he/she will be charged only 3 Ghana pesewas per megabyte until he/she does another data bundle.”
Meanwhile, the two New Data Packs offers 400MB for only GHC5 and 850MB for only GHC10 for 30days.
“To subscribe for the data pack, a customer with airtime on his Glo line has to dial *555#or SMS MENU to 127,” Saribey added.
He said the new products are customer-centric strategies designed give Glo customers in Ghana more than they deserve, adding that more innovative offers will be rolled out soon.