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How to Borrow Airtime from Glo

Maybe this Network are jealous of Banking Sector lending people loan (lol) or probably they might want to use it to help people who are in Urgent use of Airtime.

borrow airtime glo

This is to Inform Glo Users that you can now Borrow Airtime and payback later. It was Airtel that i think first started it, then MTN and now Glo. Below are steps to borrow Airtime.

Steps to Borrow Airtime/Credit from Glo

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  • Dial *321# on your phone
  • Click on borrow now(second option)
  • Now choose the amount you want to borrow from the list
  • You can also borrow directly usingthe following format to borrow airtime. *321*amount you wish to borrow#
Just like normal airtime, you can use this airtime for any thing - be it calls, data,sms and others.
Note: – Glo charges 10% of the total amount borrowed.
Click Here to borrow from Airtel!


Comments

  1. Abisola12/3/14

    Thanks for the info. I borrowed #50 from Glo and they deduct #10 but they haven't deduct the remaining balance.

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  2. @Abisola,it was due to some technical error before at their server which has now been resolved. You can load credit and they will deduct the remainning balance.

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    1. Abisola17/3/14

      It has now been removed. Hope i would be able to borrow credit next time since they've removed d borrowed credit

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  3. Yes you can @abisola.

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