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Globacom launches Glo Privé for Premium Customers



Lagbaja, Kamal, Akintola, PrabhatNigeria’s National Telecommunications Carrier, Globacom has launched an exclusive club with first-of-its-kind benefits for its high networth subscribers.

The elite club, christened Glo Privé, was launched at a ceremony attended by Globacom’s premium customers in the post paid and prepaid category, technocrats, captains of industry and senior officials of the company in Lagos on Wednesday night.

Globacom’s Chief Commercial Director, Prabhat Aggarwal, said Glo Privé is a product of careful consideration and planning, adding that it is aimed at delighting Globacom’s high value customers with unmatchable privileges and benefits.
Prive represents privilege, differentiation and exclusivity. With Glo Prive, members are treated to privileges provided by the Globacom network, and other benefits in the form of unique experiences, savings and offers by premium suppliers, merchants and service providers. It is our own way of appreciating our niche subscribers in novel ways like no one else in the Nigerian telecoms market.

The idea is to treat Globacom’s high-end subscribers like the kings and queens they are.

We are welcoming them into a new era of exclusive privileges, distinctive treatment, premium attention and luxurious care. We have taken time to create the ultimate experience for our very valuable, loyal, premium and important customers who are behind all of Globacom’s giant strides by offering the unique gamut of rewards.

Kamal, Elegushi, Mr & Mrs Onashinle, edited

The benefits of the elite club include a free accident insurance cover of up to N20m payable against accidental death, free access to VIP lounges at International Airports nationwide, preferential treatment at 5-star hotels, restaurants, spas, fitness and beauty parlours, healthcare givers and special telephone numbers for spouses of Glo Prive members with the option of registering an existing Glo spouse line.
Other benefits include Triple A rescue cover for Privé members’ cars which means that they will enjoy free towing service for their vehicles, free parking at designated areas and exemption from towing by traffic officials. Additionally, the members will enjoy VIP invitations to high-octane events and concerts as well as automatic international direct dialing (IDD) and roaming access for members.

We have also created a special Glo Privé lounge at major Gloworld shops to attend exclusively to Prive members. Members who visit these shops are welcomed to the special Privé corner by well-trained Privé staff and given priority and express service. It is an exclusive world of preferential treatment that these customers will enjoy from now on,” he stated.

The Privé members will also get dedicated Account Managers for effective round-the-clock (24/7) exceptional care. There is also an exclusive hotline for quick and expert help to resolve any issues a Prive member may have with his or her line.
Glo Privé members will also enjoy exclusive offers, privileges, incentives and savings from Partners who have been signed up in 10 cities across Nigeria.

To ensure optimum benefits for our customers, we are partnering with the top businesses in travel and tourism, hospitality, shopping, beauty, healthcare and fitness, automobile, fashion and other related industries,” he explained.
In addition to the stated benefits, surprise gifts and other exclusive treatments will be given to Glo Privé members from time-to-time, especially during festive periods and other special occasions. It is an all-round VIP treatment for these customers, and the benefits are unmatched in the industry,” the Globacom official added.

He disclosed that membership of the club is strictly by invitation to qualified prepaid and postpaid customers, and that a website,, has been opened for members.

Guests at the launch were treated to an array of entertainment by legendary Lagbaja, Ego, Chee the Voice, as well as a spectacular musical drama entitled ‘Full Circle‘ by one of Africa’s foremost music and drama dance troupe, by the Terra Kulture.

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  1. Benwise

    October 3, 2014 at 7:20 pm

    Just another way to suck up money from people. Instead of spending some money in improving their networks and expanding to areas without cell towers, Nigerian telecoms will rather spend those money on some stupid celebrity endorsements and programs like this.
    There is always a network problem trying to reach people back home on the phone.

    Since conversation on the phone is two-way, will these Prive members be on a different network from everyone else? But even though they are, if the person on the other end does not have a Prive account, then you will still encounter the same problem when you are trying to call a non-prive member…ello ello ello, can you hear me?

    Also, how many of these people being target for the Prive membership actually goes to the phone shop…the majority of these people have handlers who do their errands and will not likely go to these shops just to chill or fix a problem on their phone. As a matter of fact, they probably have a minimum of 5 phones that they can switch to.

    Unless there is more to this premium service that were not stated on this press release. Here are things that will make the service worthwhile.
    Access to new phone releases (New iPhones, Samsung, BlackBerry, Nokia etc).
    Higher speed internet
    Low rate International calls
    Early access to buy event tickets
    Etc…Oh shot, I am giving out my ideas for my premium credit card service.

  2. @edDREAMZ

    October 4, 2014 at 3:12 pm

    Glo the best network in the whole wide world….

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