Glo TGIF 3GB For N500 And 1GB for N200 Weekend/Night Data Plan

Glo TGIF, Glo Nigeria very own weekend and night data bundles has been officially launched. The TGIF data tariff plan offers to give Glo network subscribers an affordable data plan to browse, download and stream videos on any internet enabled device. The Glo TGIF data plan gives you 3GB for N500  and “1GB for N200 Naira usable on weekends. 

Glo in a statement released from its headquarters in Lagos and made available to the media, reportedly said “This unbeatable offer will be available to Glo customers from 12:01 am every Saturday morning to Sunday evening at 11:59pm.”

The company further explained that subscribers should  dial *777# and select ‘Buy Data’ on the menu and then pick ‘Night and Weekend Plan’ which is number 7 on the next menu page. Globacom stated that when the menu opens to the ‘Night and Weekend plans’, subscribers should pick option 2 on the last menu which reads “N500 = 3GB for Sat and Sun.”

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“This is simply designed to meet the expectations of subscribers who download and upload a lot of content during weekends. We have observed that subscribers have the time to do heavy browsing on weekends, hence the TGIF bundle is designed to meet that demand”, Globacom added.

Glo TGIF Weekend Plans Activation Codes

Dial the USSD *777# and follow the prompt as follows data services>>buy data>>Night and weekend plan. Other ways to of subscribing to Glo TGIF are:

  • By text 61 to 127
  • By dial *127*61#
  • By dial *777*1*1*7*2#
  • Simply dial *777*1*1*7#. 

Glo TGIF  Validity Period

The TGIF data offer will be available to Glo subscribers from 12:01am every Saturday morning to Sunday evening at 11:59pm.

Interestingly, the Glo data offer is available for both new and existing subscribers and also works on any internet enabled devices. Such as; Smartphones, Internet Modem for PC,iPhones, Windows phones among others.

Final Word

Affordable browsing solutions been offered by Nigerian telcos are welcomed development. However, Glo network across the country has not been encouraging. Just few areas enjoy a full-blown 3G network coverage from Globacom. Even though there is a method to boost 3G network speed, I just wish they do something about it, and fast.


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