New Tariff Of GLO BlackBerry CoMonth 3GB (N1000 Has been Discontinued)

Android, Internet & Data

Reports reaching me now from a couple of Glo CoMonth subscribers is that, difficulties have been experienced in subscribing for the Glo 3GB plan for N1000. Does this development mean BAD for all Android users tweaking to use this plan on their beloved MTK Android devices?

Yesterday seems to be a very sad day for all Android users because their so beloved BlackBerry CoMonth will be having a new tariff after the former was discontinued or blocked by Glo.

This was confirmed when I dialled *777# to verify their complains yesterday, however, the whole claims were true. GLO have tampered with the tariff of its BlackBerry plans and here is the new tariff of Glo blackberry CoMonth 3GB since N1000 has been discontinued.

[su_heading size=”25″ margin=”40″]NEW TARIFF OF GLO BLACKBERRY COMONTH 3GB [/su_heading]

The newly modified GLO BlackBerry complete plans are as seen below…

  • 1 Week – N400
  • 1 Month – N1400
HOW TO SUBSCRIBE

To subscribe for monthly dial *777# >> BlackBerry Plans >> Non BB10 >> choose desired plan

Or

Navigate to SMS, then type and send COMONTH to 777

Or

Dial the USSD code >> *777*21#

NB: Same validity, same data rollover package applies to these plans.

WHO CAN USE THIS PLAN?
  • All Non BlackBerry 10 Users
  • Android devices running on MTK processor with IMEI tweaking. If you’re new to imei tweaking? Click here

Android users, is this very good development from Glo, will you remain on this plan or look for a more cheaper plan to use? Left for me, I’d say “it’s still fair enough.”

Let’s hear your views via comment box, what are your experiences so far regarding the new tariff of GLO blackberry CoMonth 3GB?

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