Globacom Limited provides mobile services in Nigeria, Benin, Ghana, and the Ivory Coast. It offers prepaid package, business package, high speed Internet, 3G, international calls and roaming, prepaid roaming, bandwidth, and business roaming services. The company was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria. Globacom Limited has telecommunication products shops in Abuja, Rivers, Delta, Ogun, Oyo, Kano, Bayelsa, Benue, Borno, Plateau, Sokoto, Cross River, Edo, Enugu, Kaduna, Kwara, Bauchi, Ondo, Gombe, Imo, Kogi, and Niger, Nigeria. It also has a point of presence and international traffic hub in London, United Kingdom. Globacom Limited operates as a subsidiary of Conpetro Nigeri...
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GLOBACOM to Expand Partnership with Ilorin Varsity
Sep 4 14
GLOBACOM has disclosed plans to provide an e-learning platform for students of the University of Ilorin in the Kwara State. The company said it is particularly working on a plan to place the university's curriculum and academic work on its telecommunications infrastructure to enable students access their lectures and lecturers from anywhere in the world. The solution will be accessed through the students' hand-held devices or computers using its vast and modern voice and data technology. The new plan is in reaction to an appeal by the University Authority for an ICT solution that will further revolutionise the institution.
Globacom Introduces New Service Called Total Entertainment
Jun 2 14
Globacom, has introduced a new service called Total Entertainment. The service according to the company, would offers subscribers unlimited fun with more than 10,000 music videos, movie trailers, mobile games, comedy, fashion, red carpet, short movies and television serials.
Globacom Outlines Cable Expansion Plans
Jan 20 14
Globacom has assured its numerous subscribers of quality services with the extension of it fibre optic cable to more locations in the coming months. The company said that more of its subscribers in West Africans will enjoy fast data services and better voice quality as the network continues to extend its fibre optic coverage and 'push the last mile' connections of its submarine cable further hinterland in the countries where the Glo 1 cable has landings.