In this short article, I will give you codes to stop the Glo network from deducting your airtime.
Is your glo airtime being deducted unnecessarily – even when your phone is idle and when you are not browsing?
So many people have been complaining lately about how their airtime gets deducted by glo without any explanation. This can be so annoying.
In my case, I recharged N1000 to subscribe to a Glo monthly data plan. But after recharging, I tried to activate my subscription but discovered my airtime had been deducted.
N200 was removed from my airtime. It was so annoying that I had to buy another airtime to complete it to N1000.
If you are reading this post – is either you have been a victim, or you are trying to help someone out to such an act by Glo, or let’s just say you are doing research.
Whichever, you will find your solution here. Below we will drop the information on how to stop Glo from deducting your phone credit unnecessarily.
How to Stop Glo from Deducting your Airtime
To unsubscribe from all glo services is the only way to stop them from deducting your credit balance. To do this, send an SMS on the codes below.
- Text STOP to 2442 (this will stop all unsolicited SMS, calls, and value-added services. But but sending other codes below will be necessary just to be very sure.)
- Text STOP to 8888
- Text STOP to 34001
- Text DEREG to 7728
- Text CANCEL to 127
- Text UNSUB MV to 577
- Text STOP TECH to 34002
- Text STOP RMC to 34002
- Text STOP STT to 34002
- Text STOP CAR to 34002
If you can text all the listed codes, I can assure you that your airtime can never be deducted by Glo network again.
But I advise you send the codes when there is no airtime on your Glo line – so your money will not be deducted on the process.
I hope this short was able to help solve the issue of unnecessary and hidden charges that you may encounter on Globacom network in Nigeria.
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