How To Unshare Data On Glo Network(2023 Updated)


Learn how to Unshare data on Glo Network easily! Follow our simple guide to keep your data to yourself.

Sharing data with friends and family on your Glo network can be a convenient way to keep everyone connected. Glo makes it easier to share data with your loved ones. However, there might come a time when you need to unshare data for various reasons. Maybe you shared the data by mistake or shared more than the intended amount. So, how do you unshare data on Glo? 

Unsharing data on Glo is not difficult. You simply need to follow some essential steps. In this blog post, I will guide you on how to unshare data on Glo. And how to unshare data without knowing the number. You will also discover the numbers sharing your Glo data. So, read on.

Why Unshare Data On Glo?

Before diving into the “how”, it’s important to know the “why” behind unsharing data on Glo. There are several scenarios where unsharing data becomes necessary. These include:

  • Data usage control

 Your Glo data plan has a finite limit, and sharing your data with multiple people can lead to faster consumption of your data allocation. Therefore if you notice your data is finishing faster than expected, it might be because of shared usage. 

  • Security 

Unauthorized access to your data can be a security risk. If you suspect that someone is using your data without your consent, it’s important to unshare it immediately. This will prevent them from misusing it and having unauthorized access to your data, thus helping you maintain a secure online presence.

  • Network speed

 Shared data can impact network speed. If multiple users are consuming data from your plan simultaneously, it can lead to slower internet speeds for everyone. You can alleviate this issue by unsharing your data, thereby ensuring that you get the fastest network speeds possible. 

  • Changing circumstances

Your circumstances might change over time. For instance, you might have initially shared data with a group of friends, but later you prefer to use your data exclusively for personal purposes. Unsharing data allows you the flexibility to adapt to changing needs and priorities. 

  • Limiting background usage

There are some apps and devices that consume data in the background, even when you are not actively using them. To prevent unnecessary background data usage and save on data costs, you should unshare your Glo network. 

Those are some of the common reasons why you may want to unshare your Glo data.


How To Unshare Your Glo Data

Let’s get down to the steps for unsharing your data on Glo:

First method

Simply dial *127*02*(NUMBER YOU WISH TO UNSHARE YOUR Glo Data From)# on your phone to unshare your Glo data from a partner number. 

How To Unshare Data On Glo
How To Unshare Data On Glo

Second method

  1. Log into your Glo account through the Glo website or mobile app.
  2. You should then navigate to the “Data Sharing” section. This is where you can manage your shared data.
  3. You will see a list of numbers that are sharing your Glo data. To unshare data with specific numbers, select the respective numbers, and choose the “Unshare” option.
  4. When you are done selecting the numbers, you will be asked to confirm your decision to unshare data. Click on “confirm” and the data-sharing feature for those specific numbers will be terminated.

Third method

Another way you can unshare data on glo involves the following steps:

  1. Simply open your “Messages” app on your app. And navigate to “Write messages.”
  2. Then type, “Remove (the number you want to unshare your Glo data from), e.g. Remove 080432****** to the code 127.

After sending the message, you should receive a message from Glo confirming that the number has been removed successfully. 

How To View Numbers Sharing Your Glo Data With You

Sometimes, someone might be sharing your Glo data without your consent. You may notice that your data connection is not strong enough and you easily consume it. So, how do you view numbers sharing your Glo data with you:

  1. Open your “Messages” app and text “list” to 127 or
  2. Simply dial *127*00# on your call dialog.

When you do any of the above steps, you will receive a response from Glo containing the list of those sharing your data with you. Also, if you are the only one using your data subscription, Glo will inform you as well.

How To Unshare Data On Glo Without Knowing The Number

Do you want to unshare data on Glo but don’t know the numbers using your data subscription? Here are the steps you should follow:

  • You should dial *127*02# on your Glo line

If you want to unshare data on Glo without knowing the number, you should dial *127*02# using your Glo line.

  • Choose the data-sharing plan you wish to unshare 

When you dial *127*02#, you will receive a list of data-sharing plans you have shared with other Glo users. From the list, you should choose the plan you want to unshare by typing the number.

  • Confirm that you want to unshare the plan 

After choosing the plan, you will be asked to confirm the option selected. To confirm it, you should enter “1” and press “Send”.

  • Wait for confirmation from Glo

When you have confirmed, Glo will send you an SMS noting that you have successfully removed the data sharing from the chosen number. Also, the recipient would be sent a message stating that they can no longer use your data subscription. 

Final Words 

You can unshare your Glo data from others using the different methods I provided above. It’s easy, you simply need to follow the steps in each method. You will receive an SMS from Glo confirming whether or not your request has been processed. Therefore, you should wait a few minutes after sending the SMS for confirmation from GLO.


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