Browse with N100 (10MB) on your Phone/Tablet via Globacom's new internet subscription plans

UPDATE: The MB for the N100 plan has been increased to 20MB. See the full updated list of all Glo data plan here

Globacom Nigeria has launched new Internet Subscription plans tailored to suit usage on handsets, smart phones and tablets. You can now browse the internet , stream audio and video, download applications and chat with family and friends on your data-enabled devices at affordable rates.

You can now browse 24 hours on your phone for as low as N100 which gives you 10MB. This plan is called "Instant Surf". To activate this plan, text 51 to 127 or just dial *127*51#

Other plans include "One Week" , "Always Micro" and "Always Macro". Below are the new plans with their respective activation codes:

Plan Name Service Rental Data Cap Validity Period
SMS to 127
Target Device
Instant Surf N100 10MB 24 hours *127*51# 51 Handset
One Week N400 50MB 7 days *127*52# 52 Handset
Always Micro N1000 200MB 30 days *127*53# 53 Handset
Always Macro N3000 1GB 30 days *127*54# 54 Handset/tablet

You can text "menu" to 127 to get more details about the above plans.

If you are using a modem to connect to the internet, check out the subscriptions plans and activation codes at:

If you have MTN fastlink, Zain Modem or Glo modem and needs to turn them to "Universal Modems" which can use any SIM card, read:

If you want to configure your Nokia C3 manually, to work with Globacom Internet subscriptions, read:

I hope this info helps....



Kunle said…
This is long over-due. Will give it a try asap. Thanks for this.
Adeniyi azeez said…
Good one
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I use the "Snipping Tool" that comes with Windows 7. You can use the "Print Screen" button on your Keyboard, open a photo editor eg Adobe photoshop and then paste with "Ctrl V".

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