GLO APN Internet Settings In Ghana
One of the most difficult simple tasks we face is setting up an internet connection on a new phone using our mobile network.
When this happens, the first thing to consider is not the internet speed of your network, but rather how to set up your smartphone’s internet connection before considering the internet speed.
Internet use has become more important to our daily lives than anything else in the computer age, so we make every effort to stay active and connected online.
GLO APN Internet Settings
In this article, we’d like to walk you through setting up your GLO APN internet on your phone, so if you have any questions, you’ll definitely get them answered.
If you want to configure your GLO APN internet on your phone, do the following;
Kindly locate and tap on settings from your phone’s menu
Select “Network & Internet.”
Then select “Mobile Network.”
At this point, you must select “Access Point Names” to add an access point.
To add a new GLO internet settings APN, click the “plus” sign in the top right corner and enter the following; APN: Internet (Glo Ghana)
To save settings, click the drop-down button in the top right corner and select “Save.”
Locate and select Settings.
Select mobile data.
Select mobile data network.
Change the APN to ‘Internet’.
About GLO Ghana
Globacom Limited, also known as Glo, is a Nigerian multinational telecommunications company founded by Mike Adenuga on August 29, 2003.
GLO obtained an operating license in Ghana through its Glo Mobile division in May 2008, with plans to capture 30% of the current 11 million subscriber market within 18 months of launch.
They intend to accomplish this by launching bundled voice and Internet services for Ghana and specifically targeting ‘un-serviced’ areas outside Ghana’s two major cities, Accra and Kumasi. Glo Mobile was supposed to go live in Ghana in the first quarter of 2010.
This has been pushed back to the third quarter of 2011, and then again to 2012. Glo Ghana launched the “Reserve your number” campaign in January 2012, but the network has yet to be launched.
GLO launched the sub-marine optical fiber GLO1 on April 8, 2011, as part of its maiden operation in Ghana, ushering in another major player in the Ghana telecommunications industry.
However, the network has closed its offices in Ghana and has entered into a roaming agreement with AirtelTigo.