Globacom Limited a.k.a GLO is a Nigerian multinational telecom company founded 17 years ago, and as at June 2018, the company has over 3,500 employees all across the globe. In fact, GLO currently has more than 45 million subscribers, which makes it the 2nd largest network operator in Nigeria.
Many years ago, GLO became the 1st telecom company to build an $800 million high-capacity fiber-optic cable known as Glo-1, which is a submarine cable from the UK to Nigeria. And it is currently the first successful submarine cable from the United Kingdom to Nigeria.
The network company is owned by the Mike Adenuga Group, which also owns 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. If you love GLO and YouTube, See the answer to your How Do I Subscribe For GLO Youtube Plans question:
How Can I Subscribe For GLO Youtube Plans?
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The good news for all Glo subscribers is that we can all enjoy 2.5GB of Youtube video streaming right now by just subscribing to a data plan on your smartphone. It is more like bonus data that comes with regular data plans, but it only works on Youtube.
It is simple. If you subscribe to a data plan for at least N500, you will receive an additional data plan which will grant you access to Youtube clips only. This Youtube data will be capped at 2.5GB and it can only be used from 1:00 am and 5:30 am. The offer is best known as “Free Youtube night browsing” for data plans of N500 and above.
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Which Glo Subscribers Can Benefit From This Offer?
Can The Youtube Bonus Be Used to Browse Other Sites?
Not at all. The data cannot be used on any other site except Youtube.
Not at all. The youtube data cannot be shared with others, however, you can share the regular data bundle that the Youtube data is attached to.
The free Youtube streaming data has a whopping limit of 2.5GB.
That is that.