11/08/2017

Too Bad, NCC Stop Globacom Free Data Day Promo



Today is supposed to be the day where all eligible glo subscriber should enjoy Free data; today is supposed to be the day where you enjoy legal free browsing without feeling guilty on Glo network, but something happened, NCC has stopped Globacom Nigeria’s plans to offer free data to all its subscribers on Friday, August 11, 2017.


Glo had announced that eligible subscribers will enjoy as much as 200 megabytes of data for free, in what it called the “free data day”.

But NCC said that the promotion was not in line with what was approved by the regulator. According to NCC, 

It has however come to our notice that Globacom Nigeria Ltd has been implementing the above regulatory approval in breach especially given your recent media campaign on the ‘Glo free data offer’, a clear departure from terms and condition of the approval given for the Glo overload promotion.

 “Consequent upon the above, you are hereby directed to suspend implementation of the Glo overload promotion from your network with immediate effect,” the letter read.

Is NCC for us or against us?

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19 comments :

  1. That's Nigeria in action
    Those that are waiting to browse free today sorry oo

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  2. It's not true. I am currently using my free 200mb. Oga yomi, be careful. Always verify. Nigeria is a great country and all offices are working for the good of Nigerians. Amen

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  3. What has really changed in the terms and conditions? Nigeria matter weak me jor

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  4. What a pity... this is bad oooo

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  5. Glo network is too slow. Besides, what am I going to use 200mb for?

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  6. ncc is against us

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  7. Whether the news is true or false, am already using the 200mb from glo this morning.

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  8. I saw the news on dailypost but to my surprise, I got a text an hour ago that I've gotten free 200MB for use in 24hrs. Maybe after this, they'll stop it who knows.

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  9. I got mine yesternight. Though it doesn't last...thumbs up to glo. Other network fit copy them too

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  10. I didn't gt dere sms but already used over 300mb and it never stop.

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  11. The ncc directive might take from next week. If ncc can do this then why haven't they ask glo to improve their network service quality? Or is that not part of their job.

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  12. na waoo....what is really happening in Nigeria

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  13. The offer is basic. Couple of my friends received their Meg.

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  14. Basic in the sense that it doesn't last and is best for those who only wants to check their FB and WA.

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  15. Don't know why sometimes this f**cking NCC used to blocks a chance for Nigerian . everyone is waiting for that day to come before NCC dispreciatd the offer without a gunuine and valid reason
    If we were not getting this type of offer then NCC should have talk to this Network Providers. they are taking our money irregular, they need to compensate us.

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