Barely a month into the registration of reserved Glo numbers [including 023-3 and 023-5], the telecom company seem to return to normal service at all offices.
A visit to the Ring Road Central, Kaneshie and Mallam Junction offices of the telecommunication giants reveals congestion free services, as staffs gently attend to customers.
Though the registration of the reserved SIM had to put new Glo customers on hold a while before activating their new bought SIM, the story today seem different.
Glo 128kb SIM cards are sold at GH¢1 charge and call charges are 8Gp per minute and customers enjoy 100% bonus on every recharge, 20p everyday, 5 hours free night calls after spending 10p and more.
Glo Ghana was launched on Sunday, April 29 and officially began operations on Monday, April 30, 2012 when about the 1.5 million customers were also registered.