Globacom Limited, popularly known as glo, is a Nigerian multinational telecommunications company founded on 29 August 2003 by Mike Adenuga. As of June 2018, the company employs more than 3,500 people worldwide.
GLO has over 45 million subscribers (December 2018), making it the second largest network operator in Nigeria.
In 2011, GLO became the first telecommunication company to build an $800 million high-capacity fibre-optic cable known as Glo-1, a submarine cable from the United Kingdom to Nigeria. It is the first successful submarine cable from the United Kingdom to Nigeria.
Globacom has the following strategic business units: Glo mobile, Glo Broad Access, Glo Gateway and Glo-1.
Just like MTN Nigeria, GLO has a fair market share in the mobile communications sector, powering and providing telephone services to millions of subscribers. They offer :