The Nigerian Communication Commission has restored regulatory services to one of its licensees, Globacom Limited, after it successfully cleared its outstanding debt obligations to the Commission for unpaid Spectrum Fees, Numbering Fees and Annual Operating Levy.
The company, which marks its 20 years of operations on August 29, was voted “Nigeria’s Most Popular Brand” in a Top of Mind (TOM) Survey conducted by brand and marketing firm, TOP 50 BRANDS NIGERIA, as part of its comprehensive 2023 Top Brands perception assessment.
The total number of mobile subscriptions in Nigeria dropped by 1.01 million to 225.82 million in March 2023, indicating a 0.45 percent decrease.
The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party and former vice president, Atiku Abubakar has penned a congratulatory message to the founder of Globacom, Dr Mike Adenuga on the occasion of his 70th birthday.
The award, organised by Daily Independent newspapers, was in recognition of Globacom’s commitment to serving the people of Nigeria with the best of telecommunications services.
This happened on Tuesday in Kano, Kano State as the company presented prizes to winners in the ongoing promo.
This was after his number popped up as winner of a three-bedroom apartment in the Glo’s ongoing Festival of Joy promo.
The event, which was held at the company’s Aba Road Gloworld shop, was attended by the media, a representative of the National Lottery
The winners included 37-year-old Richard Ijah, a mineworker in Jos, as well as many others who won other prizes.
In attendance at the draw were the media, the representative of the
National Lottery Regulatory Commission (NLRC), Oliver Madukwe, and
several Glo subscribers.
Globacom’s Festival of Joy promotion has produced another house winner. The latest winner is 38-year-old supervisor with Pacific Coast Trading…
The 48-year-old businessman, who hails from Bende Local Government Area of Abia State, said this on Friday.
The presentation of the gift of car to the first winner in the Glo Festival of Joy promo was performed on Thursday.
The contract extension was signed on Tuesday, November 15, at the Mike Adenuga Towers, Victoria Island, Lagos. Globacom noted that its decision to renew Teni’s contract was to reward her for her sterling accomplishments and for being a true ambassador of the brand.
The carnival, on Friday, featured different cultural groups, including the Otu Odu Onitsha, Egwu Odu and Agbalanze.
She was unveiled to the media at a ceremony held on Thursday at the company’s headquarters in Victoria Island, Lagos.
Globacom’s Regional Head, Public Sector Enterprise, South West, Adewale Adiatu, made this known in Ibadan, Oyo State.
Indeed, few magnates refine the merchant tropes of endeavor, like Dr. Mike Adenuga Jnr. Through grit and hard work, he built his octopoidal conglomerate that employs thousands of Nigerians nay Africans in profitable, futuristic endeavors. If Adenuga’s story reads like a business legend, it is probably because he has always been an enterprise stylist.
“We are delighted to launch the EPL Data Packs to enable all our esteemed customers to enjoy the 2022/ 2023 English Premier League season. The packs are another in a series of innovative and affordable price offerings which allows our customers to watch 38 matches involving their darling teams at a much cheaper rate”, said Globacom in a statement in Lagos on Tuesday.
1. Glo was the first company to launch operations on Per Second Billing. It pioneered the billing system in Nigeria in 2003, even when older networks said it was impossible, thereby empowering millions of Nigerians. Courtesy of Glo, telephone users in Nigeria now pay just for actual time spent on the phone.