As we all know, flashing is annoying. It is so bad that victims of flashing can decide to ignore you intentionally when you persist with the frustrating habit. This is why a lot of phone users look for a better way to reach out to their friends and family when they are low on credit. We can tell you here for free, the only better way is the “Please Call Me Back” service.
Fortunately for Glo users, this service is available on the network. Just send it and whoever receives it will know you want to communicate with him or her, even if you cannot do the calling. To do this on your GLO line, see below:
How Can I Send “Please Call Me Back” On My Glo Line?
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- Dial *125* Recipient Number#. For instance, if the person’s number is 08079309744, simply dial *125*08079309744# and then dial.
More About Glo
Globacom Limited, commonly known as Glo, is a Nigerian multinational telecommunications company founded on 29 August 2003 byJAGA. As of June 2018, the company has employed more than 3,500 people worldwide.
GLO has over 45 million subscribers (December 2018), making it the second-largest network operator in Nigeria.
In 2011, GLO became the first telecommunication company to build an $800 million high-capacity fibre-optic cable known as Glo-1, a submarine cable from the United Kingdom to Nigeria. It is the first successful submarine cable from the United Kingdom to Nigeria.
Globacom has the following strategic business units: Glo mobile, Glo Broad Access, Glo Gateway and Glo-1.
GLO is privately owned by the Mike Adenuga Group which also consists of Cobblestone Properties and Estates, a real estate and property development company, Conoil PLC, a petroleum marketing company, and Conoil Producing, a crude exploration and production company.
Glo Mobile, a subsidiary of Globacom, is Nigeria’s second-largest Mobile Network Operator. In the first year of operation, it had one million subscribers in over 87 towns in Nigeria and over 120 billion Naira in revenues. Glo Mobile has now spread to other African countries, namely Benin and Ghana. Glo Mobile’s subscriber base in Nigeria stood at over 45 million by December 2018.
n Nigeria, GLO sponsored in 2009 the Nigerian Premier League, Nigerian National Football Teams, Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Glo Lagos International Half Marathon, Glo People Police Marathon, Eyo Festival, Ojude Oba Festival, Eleghe Festival and the Confederation of African Football African Player of the Year Award.
In Benin, GLO sponsors the FITHEB and CAF African Player of the Year Award.
In Ghana, GLO sponsors the Glo Ghana Premier League, the Ghana National Football Teams and the CAF African Player of the Year Award.
In November 2009, GLO became an official sponsor of football club Manchester United. The sponsorship also includes young players from Benin, Ghana and Nigeria going to Manchester to train with the club.
Globacom is also the sole sponsor of African Voices on CNN. The programme’s objective is to project game-changers on the African continent and also promote the Globacom brand globally on CNN’s platforms.