Glo Tariff Plans 2018: Best & Cheapest Glo Call Rates (Local & International) and Migration Codes.
You just stumbled on the right page if you are looking for the best glo tariff plans with the cheapest call rates for both international & local calls and their migration codes.
With the call rates of each of the handpicked tariffs, i will give you the break down of how many minutes and seconds you will get for 100 Naira airtime.
It is not a news that Glo has the cheapest data plans in Nigeria currently (February 2018) and that’s why it was nationally accepted when they crowned themselves the grand master of data.
Their are numerous glo tariff plans and customers are confused which one to subscribe to.
Relax, that is what this article is for. It will present you with glo call plans with cheap rates, their migration/subscription codes and benefits for prepaid customers.
Cheapest Glo Tariff Plans and Migration Codes.
Below is the list of Glo plans that will i talk about in this article. Don’t worry you will get full details on each of the packages.
- Glo Jollific8.
- Glo Bumpa.
- Glo IDD Packs.
- Glo Bounce.
- Glo 11kb/s Prepaid Plan (Gbam Plus).
- Glo Infinito.
Those are the glo tariff plans i will be talking about in this article. Let’s take it one after the other.
1.) Glo Jollific8.
Jollific8 call plan gives you 800% bonus airtime recharge of 100 Naira and above.
Meaning on Glo jollific8, you will be rewarded with 800 Naira with a recharge of 100 Naira plus 10MB.
The bonus varies with the amount you recharge. Other bonuses are as follows.
- N100 recharge gives N800 + 10MB (N50) = N850.
- N200 recharge gives N1,600 + 25MB (N100) = N1,700.
- N500 recharge gives N4,000 + 50MB (N200) = N4,200.
- N1,000 recharge gives N8,000 + 100MB (N400) = N8,400.
- N5,000 recharge gives N40,000 + 500MB (N2,000) = N42,000.
Jollific8 Call Rate.
800% bonus seems interesting but call rates spoil the show. You will be charged 67 Kb/s on this tariff plan both for glo to glo and glo to other networks.
Your 100 Naira airtime transforms to 800 Naira right? With the rate of 67 k/s, means you will spends 4020 kobo (40.20 Naira) in 60 seconds (1 minute). i.e 67 x 60 = 4020.
Then your 800 Naira will last for; 800/40.20 = 19.9 minutes. This is for 100 Naira airtime. You can use the same format to calculate for other amounts.
Sorry old customers, if you want to enjoy 800% bonus, then you need to get a new sim card. Register it and recharge it with 100 Naira. Recharge code remains (*123*PIN#).
To check your bonus balance, just dial #122#. For the data volume balance, dial *606#.
2.) Glo Bumpa.
Bumpa is one of the oldest and still existing glo tariff plans.
It rewards you with 200% bonus on airtime recharge of 100 Naira and above.
Recharging your Glo number with 100 Naira gives you 300 Naira (your 100 Naira airtime + 200 Naira bonus).
Bumpa Call Rates.
This plan rate is 55 kobo per second. This give us 3,300 kobo (33 Naira) in 60 seconds (1 minutes).
100 Naira gives 300 Naira right? We have 300/33 = 9.09 minutes.
What this means is that Jollific8 is way better than Bumpa. But remember the clause? It is only for new customers while bumpa is for all customers.
Glo Bumpa Migration Code.
To migrate to Glo bumpa today, dial *100*10*1#.
3.) Glo IDD Packs Tariff.
IDD stands for International Direct Dialing. This glo tariff plan is specifically for customers that often make international calls.
Valid for the countries below.
Spain, U.S.A, UK, Canada, China, India, Australia, Reunion Island, Romania, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Bangladesh, Brunei, Cyprus, Denmark,
Finland, Malta, Mongolia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Puerto Rico, French Guiana, Guatemala, Japan, Hong Kong, Israel, Luxemborg.
IDD Pack Call Rates.
You can call 30 countries at the rate of 14 K/s or 11K/s depending on the pack you go for.
IDD packs that cost N100, N200 and N500 have call rate of 14 K/s while IDD pack that costs N1000 has a call rate of 11 K/s and it is valid for 30 days.
IDD 100, 200 and 500 are valid for 3, 7 and 14 days respectively.
To migrate to Glo IDD pack, dial *777#, tap on voice profile & packs, tap on call 30 countries @ local rates. Then select your prefered pack.
4.) Glo Bounce.
Bounce is another glo tariff plans with cheap call rate. It is another old but existing glo call plan.
- You get 15MB on recharge of N200 Naira and above.
- Free Ring Back Tune.
- Free SMS.
Bounce Call Rate.
You will be charge 15k/s to all Nigerian networks. But if you call Glo customers on Glo bounce, you will be charged 11 k/s.
This amount to 9 Naira/minute to other networks and 6.6 Naira for calls made to bounce subscribers.
100 Naira gives you 11 mins 11 secs talk time to other networks and 15 mins 15 secs for bounce subscribers.
This means Bounce is better than Bumpa but still incomparable to Jollific8.
Bounce Migration Code.
To migrate to Glo bounce, dial *170*4#.
5.) Glo 11kb/s Prepaid Plan (Gbam Plus).
This glo tariff is also refer to Gbam plus and it charges you 11k/seconds for all national and international calls. But there is a daily access fee of N5 daily.
And you will be charged either you make call or not. Once it is 12:00AM, 5 Naira will disappear from your balance.
You will be charged 11 K/s to call all Nigerian networks and to call 30 foreign countries including USA,UK, India, & China.
From my calculation, you have 14 mins 39 secs talk time with 100 Naira airtime recharge.
Dial *211# to migrate.
6.) Glo Infinito.
Infinito is another cheap glo tariff plans. It allows you to register 10 family and friends number whose call rate will be 11 k/s.
Glo infinito call rate is 20 k/s to all networks. However, you will be charge as low as 11 k/s for 10 registered numbers.
Dial *101*1*number# to add a new number.
From my calculation with these rates, you have 15.15 minutes of talk time with N100 airtime for call made to 10 family & friends numbers.
But 8 minutes of talking time for 100 Naira for calls made to other numbers.
To migrate to Glo infinito, dial *100*9*2#.
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