Random checks by Correspondents of Business Hilights Intelligence Unit (BHIU), the research arm of Business Hilights, has released a report showing that many Nigerian data users are now accessing the newly introduced Glo bundles large data with 4G MiFi in large numbers.
Whereas Lagos and Abuja lead in the uptakes, some of them that spoke with BHIU officials said Globacom has raised the bar again in the nation’s telecoms industry as it announced a bundle offer of large data with 4G MiFi thus extending the threshold of unfair advantage for its teeming subscribers.
It would be recalled that while announcing the bundle offer in Lagos recently, the company said that the offer comes with the network’s mini router, Glo MiFi, with 16 gigabytes of data for just N16,000. This in essence means that the MiFi comes free of charge, given the worth of the free data bundle.
The telecom company averred that the 4G MiFi, which can connect up to 15 devices, including Smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops and the like, all at once, can also adapt itself to offices and events venues and beam the Glo 4G wireless internet signals over a wide expanse of space.
Additional details show that when activated, Globacom explained that the subscriber would get the 16GB, which would be spread over 12 months, adding that a further advantage of the Glo 4G MiFi is the power of Glo’s 4G network which comes with high speed internet service backed up by Glo1, the company’s transatlantic submarine cable.
It further discovered that the Glo MiFi data bundle is part of the company’s latest campaign to give the subscriber the unfair advantage in data. The offer is coming at a time that the network has renewed its commitment to continue to give its subscribers the best data bargain in the industry.