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How to Borrow Credit from Glo Borrow Me Credit (Code)

Get USSD code used to lend money or airtime credit on your Glo line and pay back later.

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Glo Borrow Me Credit Code: This post contains how to borrow credit from Glo in Nigeria – Are you searching for the code used to lend money or airtime on your Glo line for free and pay later, then here is the place to be.

Nigeria’s top mobile telecommunication giant Globacom have provided a USSD code that allows you to easily apply to borrow airtime credit from them free and pay back later. There is absolutely no reason to be stranded anymore.

With this airtime borrowing service, you can ask for airtime and then pay back later when you recharge your Glo SIM card (*Terms and conditions apply though). There are other ways to recharge on your Globacom SIM aside from this when stranded, however, this method does not require borrowing airtime from Glo, I’ve covered it in one of my previous posts, click here for details.

In this write-up, I will be showing you how to borrow credit from Glo and pay back later!

Glo Borrow Me Credit Code | How to Borrow Credit from Glo in Nigeria

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Glo Borrow Me Credit service allows you to borrow or loan airtime from Glo and pay back later. To use this service, you must have passed the criteria below;

  • You must be a prepaid user.
  • Sim must be at least four months old.
  • You have an active usage history (must be recharging regularly & more)
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Borrowable amount

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Amount that can be borrowed from Glo are N50, N100, N200, N500 & N1000

To borrow credit from Glo

  • First, dial *321#, you shall be prompted to create a 4 digit PIN. After creating PIN, you can go ahead to borrow credit…
  • Dial *321*PIN*amount#, e.g dial *321*1234*50# to borrow N50.

GLO service charge

You will pay 10% of borrowed amount as a service charge. E.g, if you borrow N100, you will receive N90 or if N50, you will receive N45.

That’s how to borrow credit from Glo. Go ahead and start borrowing airtime credit from Glo network provider today. Let me know if the code works for you via the comment box below. See Glo tariff plans and migration codes in Nigeria before you go.

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