You can browse the internet on your BB and chat with Blackberry Messenger with your Glo Mobile SIM card if you are subscribed to any of the Glo Blackberry Internet packages. Globacom Blackberry Internet Subscription plans are affordable and completely different from the Glo Mobile data bundles for computers, mobile phones and tablets.
To activate Glo Blackberry Service, you must be a new or existing Globacom Prepaid or Postpaid customer with a smartphone that supports BlackBerry and you must have enough airtime balance.
To activate the BlackBerry Internet service on the Glo Mobile network, choose any of the plans below:
Glo BlackBerry Internet Services (BIS) Packages
==> recharge N2800 and text BISMONTH to 777. This will give you one MONTH subscription
==> recharge N900 and text BISWEEK to 777 . This will give you one WEEK subscription
Glo BlackBerry Complete Plans
==> recharge N1400 and text COMONTH to 777. This will give you one MONTH subscription
==> recharge N400 and text COWEEK to 777. This will give you one WEEK subscription.
Differences between Glo BIS Plans and Glo BB Complete Plans
==> You can integrate and use only one (1) third party email account (Yahoo, Gmail etc) on Glo Blackberry Complete Plans.
==> Globacom Blackberry Customer Care hotline is 333
==> To check your data balance/ usage, text STATUS to 777
==> To cancel/deactivate Glo Blackberry subscription, text “CANCEL” to 777 and wait for the current bundle to elapse and you will not be automatically resubscribed to Glo BIS.
==> To resubscribe to Glo BIS, just resend the keyword or choose a new keyword for the desired package and text it to 777.
I hope this helps…
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You can check out:
- New Globacom Blackberry bundles/rates: Browse with N250 on BB
- Codes for Glo Mobile Internet Bundles
- Globacom BIS for N1400 per month : How to Subscribe
- How To Activate Globacom GPRS Internet Settings on Mobile Phones
- Browse with N100 (10MB) on your Phone/Tablet via Globacom’s new internet subscription plans