FIVE UNINTELLIGENT THINGS GLO NIGERIA DOES OFTEN.

At a point I felt I am the only one who is noticed the level of foolishness Globacom Nigeria displays to the fullest.
I’m no fan of their network but I really do appreciate the great work they put into the growth Of the company, though I’m yet to see any huge or intimidating difference between them and fellow competitors.

I naturally love GLO Nigeria Because it is the only Nigeria network company, talking about it being the only Africa network company that is surviving but not surviving strong.
I get so angry when I noticed they are very complacent when they could be better, it is just like eating crumbs when you can eat the whole. That is seriously annoying.

I will be discussing five unintelligent things they do often, and I keep wondering if their workers ain’t smart enough to notice it is never gonna take them farther than their competitor or probably the company is a hard bone to chew.

1. Signing of new ambassadors.

GLO Nigeria has signed the highest numbers of ambassadors: I thought ambassadors are people who will represent the company? GLO should ask how their ambassadors are representing them.
Their major problem come with them signing just celebrities As ambassadors, this is a very foolish act to me.
Most of these celebrities ain’t even using GLO, what About going into schools, I mean universities. Then search for popular student who will easily convinced other students to use their network.
This is the best way to pull people. I’d appreciate if you can pull majority Of The youth then you have a good way to compete with other network.

 

2. Bad customer services.

 

GLO Nigeria can be said to be the network with the highest level of rudeness towards their customers. How on earth can a network decide that the ability of their customers to call or use the network to browse can be shut down at any time without informing their customers. To me these is one Of The most annoying thing any company can do To their customers.
If GLO Nigeria can find a way to always intimate their customers with any case of emergency that will likely hinder their right as a customer

 

3. Poor Advertisement.

To be sincere, with all these famous celebrities around GLO Nigeria, they still have the poorest advertisement style.
For example mtn Nigeria spreads happiness in their advert while I seriously do not understand what GLO are advertising with their adverts.

Most of their adverts is cheap, not classy and most times I find it so stupid because it is always too direct.

I Am not an enemy, I’m just someone who believe something done wrongly can be done right if the mistakes are corrected.

4. Inconsistent data tariff.

This is not a problem affecting just GLO Nigeria, but I feel companies like GLO Nigeria should not have problem or create this problem for themselves with this.
For example, Etisalat would have being good if they had just maintain some certain level of Commitment to their customers. I still believe that was what lead to the company being sold out and if they are not careful, they might end up into extinction soon.
How many people in Nigeria uses 4g lite?, why on earth would they make this compulsory for their customers.

Those people who uses 4g lite in Nigeria are mainly celebrities, so GLO Nigeria can just change their network to celebrities network Nigeria.
Even if they do, I am very sure seventy percent of Nigeria celebrities will still not use GLO… So what is GLO’s problem exactly?

5. Bad social media usages.

GLO Nigeria has come so far they ain’t no where to be found among their competitor. GLO Nigeria seems to be having 481k followers on twitter yet they don’t get good number of retweet or likes. The annoying part is they don’t even have an instagram page yet they want to rule the world.
That is actually very impossible if all the point out here are being worked.
Except this, GLO Nigeria is going no where.

Written by:
Temi Badmus

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