Glo Launches Korrect Predict Lottery Service for Sports Lovers

Telecommunications services provider, Globacom, has launched Glo Korrect Predict Lottery Service, a football prediction service that will reward all sports lovers on the network with fantastic cash prizes and airtime anytime they successfully predict the final outcomes of football matches played across the world.

The network noted in a statement that the Sports Prediction Market has witnessed significant growth over the years, with a projected value of over $155 billion globally by 2024, and that the  growth is driven by the proliferation of smartphones, increase in online betting platforms, as well as increased sports viewership and adoption of technology.

Globacom disclosed that this trend precipitated the launch of  Korrect Predict which is a prediction service that offers subscribers a chance to win cash gifts from predicting match results accurately.

“Subscribers will receive two football matches daily for them to predict the correct scores after which those who accurately predict the outcomes of their preferred matches will win amazing prizes, including cash and airtime, from Glo,” the statement read.

Glo added: “To subscribe to Korrect Predict, you will either dial the USSD Command *7023# or send the keyword ‘KPRD’ to the shortcode ‘7023’ to subscribe to the daily plan costing just N50 or send the keyword ‘KPW’ to the shortcode ‘7023’ to subscribe to the weekly plan of N150. Upon successful subscription, you will receive an SMS with a link to access the service.”

Globacom further explained that subscribers would enjoy free trial for the first active subscription when they select any of the daily or weekly auto-renewal plan. 

“This means that a new subscriber can activate the service at no cost for the first 24 hours, after which he or she  will then be charged for the next renewal cycle. Subscribers who do not want to be charged after the free trial and buy offer will have to cancel their service renewal before the 24 hours elapse by dialing the USSD command for deactivation,” it said.

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