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Friday, 11 August 2017

Sad News: NCC Put A Stop To Globacom's Free Data Day

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 Its obvious that this one time unlimited free data for browsing and downloading that Glo set to offer their subscribers today is no longer going to happen. As the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) has put a stop to what Glo has planned to offer today being Friday 11 of August.


A letter signed by Sunday Dare; had it that the promotion was not in line with what was approved by the regulator. According to NCC;

It has however come to our notice that Globacom Nigeria Ltd has been implementing the above regulatory approval in breach especially given your recent media campaign on the ‘Glo free data offer’, a clear departure from terms and condition of the approval given for the Glo overload promotion.

 “Consequent upon the above, you are hereby directed to suspend implementation of the Glo overload promotion from your network with immediate effect,” the letter read.


Its a hard breaking news to all Nigerians internet Users both young and old as having prepared to utilize this one time opportunity that is been offered by Globacom but stopped by NCC.


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4 comments:

  1. But why

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  2. Don't know why sometimes this f**cking NCC used to blocks a chance for Nigerian . everyone is waiting for that day to come before NCC dispreciatd the offer without a gunuine and valid reason
    If we were not getting this type of offer then NCC should have talk to this Network Providers. they are taking our money irregular, they need to compensate us.

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    Naijatechviral

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  3. where are this guy's spoiling of show

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  4. I think that they need to compensate us for what they have done.

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