Glo Introduces Glo Cloud For File Storage

Glo Cloud

Globacom has launched its own cloud storage called the Glo Cloud. This is similar to Google Drive, Apple iCloud Drive and OneDrive. The new platform will allow subscribers to store files for future use. According to the telco giant, Glo Drive is a personal full quality storage application that allows users to back up their digital life or activities such as photos, videos, music and documents.

The Glo Cloud service can be accessed both on Android and iPhone devices. It has an app, which you can download from Google Play Store as well as Apple App Store for free. The service offers a fast and powerful search and creates automatic albums to rediscover or organize past memories. Albums can then be shared with others to invite them to add their photos.

Sharing this via a blog post, Globacom said;

We are in a digital age where people develop loads and loads of personal, social and business content which they wish to store and retrieve whenever and wherever they want. Glo Cloud provides a safe and secure place to store such content. Apart from the problem of having enough storage space on phones or laptops, the Glo Cloud customer is assured of the safety of his documents or contents if he loses his phone or computer.

Glo Cloud Storage And Prices

Glo Cloud is available to both prepaid and postpaid customers. You can subscribe to a 50GB storage for N250 per month. A 2 terabyte storage is available for N990 per month while an unlimited storage on Glo Cloud goes for N1,990 per month.

How To Subscribe To Glo Cloud Storage?

Customers can subscribe to the service by visiting the official site at https://glocloud.gloworld.com. They can also send sub Glo Cloud on 7671 short-code to receive the link https://glocloud.gloworld.com and click to subscribe.

NOTE: The subscription fee for Glo Cloud service and any other charges the customer may incur in connection with the use of the service will be charged from the customer’s available airtime balance, while regular data charges apply for using internet to upload and download the content.

Source: GloWorld News

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