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Glo delights subscribers with EPL Data Packs


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Nigerian telecommunications powerhouse, Globacom, has unveiled another customer–oriented offer, EPL Data Packs for the enjoyment of millions of football-loving subscribers on its network.

“We are delighted to launch the EPL Data Packs to enable all our esteemed customers to enjoy the 2022/ 2023 English Premier League season. The packs are another in a series of innovative and affordable price offerings which allows our customers to watch 38 matches involving their darling teams at a much cheaper rate”, said Globacom in a statement in Lagos on Tuesday.

Under the plan, customers will receive 4GB after purchasing N500 Data Packs while N1,000 data packs come with 10GB.

The company said that the EPL Data Packs will be available to buy for customers during the EPL matches. The customer can use the EPL Data Packs to browse, stream or download anything from the internet.

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“The Packs are not restricted only to football matches. Customers can browse anything on the internet as long as it is commensurate with the volume and validity that is applicable to the packs” the company added.

Glo also has come up with an innovation for the purchase of EPL Data Packs; wherein customers can buy the data packs during EPL matches by scanning the QR code shown on the TV during the matches or they can dial *777# and go to football data packs to purchase the data packs.

“The EPL data bundles are only available during the matches and validity is 24hrs only after which it expires”, Glo explained further, adding that customers should dial *777# or *120*0# to check their data balance.

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