The Nigerian indigenous telecommunication Globacom yesterday demonstrated its ten new products and services offerd to subscribers, which covers a broad spectrum of the Network aimed at improvingsubscribers live, work and play.
The products and services where demonstrated at mike Adenuga Towers Victoria Island,and was graced by some Glo Ambassadors with some government security officers.
The innovative on display include, Glo family and friends finder,Glo game stores,Glo medicare,Glo mobile newspaper,Glo directory,Glo Borrow me credits, Glo security tips and Glo love zone as well as Glo daily inspiration and Glo legal adviser.
According to Globacom marketing coordinator, Mr. Adaniyi Olukoya said that the various offerings came out of rigorous research that spanned several months.
He explained that Glo family and friend’s finder is a new security that makes it easy for friends’ family employers and employees to locate one another anytime, anywhere around the country.
He said all subscriber needs to do is to send text, find, and followed by the telephone number of the person to 5511.
According to him,the platform will alert the person through SMS who will in turn reply Yes to give consent that he should be located and followed. Each request will be charged N50 per SMS and all the response are free and as soon as the consent response is sent the subscriber will immediately receive an SMS from 5511 indicating the location relative to an existing landmark of the person to be found On Glo Games stores Olukoya said enables the Glo subscribers to download and play any premium game on any kind of device on a mobile portal. All a subscriber requires to enjoy the exciting offer is an active subscription to Glo Game Store; everybody can use it as it is available on all types of handset.
Commenting on the product at the event, Mr. Olaiya SCDC divisional officer, commended Globacom for introducing Glo family and friends finder, noting that it will provide tremendous assistance to security officials tracking criminals especially kidnappers in the country.