Mobile telecommunications network, GLO has been operating in Ghana for close to a decade. Initially, they had several offices scattered across the length and breadth of the country.
However, this has changed and as we speak, most of these offices have been closed down due to the fact that there was low patronage of GLO products.
This has made it quite unbearable for people to reach them. Well, if you are part of those having problems contacting the customer care of GLO and are unable to visit their offices due to the fact that they have left your vicinity, then this article will sort you out.
In this article, we would be taking a look at how to contact GLO customer care via a customer care number.
GLO Customer Care Number
As earlier mentioned, GLO has closed down most of its offices that were operational in the various districts of Ghana. As we speak, the well-known corporate office is located opposite Furniture City, 19 Spintex Road, Accra so in case you will need to go to their physical office, you can go there.
In addition, you can reach them via the following numbers below;
For prepaid lines on Glo: 100
Other Networks: 0230010100
You can as well contact them via email at [email protected].
GLO Ghana Social Media Handles
In this era of technological advancement, GLO Ghana has made it possible for Ghanaians to reach them on various social media platforms. Below are the URLs through which you can reach them on;
About GLO Ghana
Globacom Limited, also known as Glo, is a Nigerian multinational telecommunications company founded on August 29, 2003, by Mike Adenuga.
GLO received an operating license in Ghana in May 2008 through its Glo Mobile division, with plans to capture 30% of the current 11 million subscriber market within 18 months of launch.
They intend to achieve this by launching bundled voice and Internet services for Ghana, with a specific focus on ‘un-serviced’ areas outside of Ghana’s two major cities, Accra and Kumasi. Glo Mobile Ghana was supposed to go live in the first quarter of 2010.
This was pushed back to the third quarter of 2011, then to 2012. The “Reserve your number” campaign was launched by Glo Ghana in January 2012, but the network has yet to be launched.
GLO launched the GLO1 sub-marine optical fiber as part of its maiden operation in Ghana on April 8, 2011, ushering in another major player in the Ghana telecommunications industry.