Ntel Data Plans, Price And Supported Phones

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Apr 10, 2016

Ntel Data Plans, Price And Supported Phones

Ntel is at the end of the day in the news after they authoritatively dispatched operation in Lagos and Abuja two days back. Ntel has concocted their first ever Tariff plan to Kick begin their business in Nigeria.

Nigerians are among world overwhelming Internet clients and any network supplier that brings reasonable web data plans here is certainly going to be disparaged by Nigerians. Having said that, Ntel data plans are not as reasonable as you may think but rather considering they will be giving you a quick 4G network to utilize the data including it is unlimited, i trust its genuinely alright to run with it at whatever point you have a ton of substantial films and games to download.

I will demonstrate to you the three data plans from ntel right now on this blog Entclass.com, also their costs and supported telephones as indicated by Ntel. Despite the fact that up till now, there has not been a physical area where clients could get their 0804 SIM cards yet i trust they will make it known to us before the end of this current week. So stay glued to this blog Entclass.com

Ntel Data Plans And Prices
==> Starter Plan: N1,000 / 3 days validity / Unlimited data / 30 minutes voice calls / SMS
==> Standard Plan: N2,400 / 7 days validity / Unlimited Data / 70 minutes calls / SMS
==> Monthly Plan: N9,000 / 30 days validity / Unlimited data / 300 minutes calls / SMS 

The majority of the above data plans are boundless (unlimited) however the pace throttling comes in after some measure of data has been reached (its not like the Etisalat Socialme speed throttling we know ). Indeed, even at a throttled speed, its 4 times quicker than mtn typical data speed on an ordinary day. 

Ntel guarantees as much as 230 Mbps data speed, yet their Fair Usage Policy incorporates the accompanying policy:

Ntel Fair Usage Policy 

==> At peak periods each day, any customer who has used a total volume of 3GB will be slowed down to 512bps.

==> Customers are only entitled to use our services for personal, non-commercial use.

==> We reserve the right to impose network protection controls, limit the speed of, suspend or block your access to services, or disconnect you if your use is excessive and/or not in keeping with that reasonably expected of a private individual.

In the interim, Ntel called attention to some cell phones brands and names that are at present good with their 4G LTE Network in Nigeria. These telephones are the upheld telephones right now yet there will be expansion of  telephones in weeks to come.

Ntel Supported Phones

==> TECNO Camon C5 
==> Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
==> TECNO Boom J8 
==> Infinix Zero (likely the Zero 3)
==> Infinix Note (likely the Note 2)

Hmm, with all these, do you think Ntel will be the leading Telecom? 


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  1. i think any phone that support 4g network should be able to use this network and not just selected phones alone.

  2. i actually came back here to comment when i calculated what this network provider will be charging for surfing the net will just be 6k and the remaining 3k will be for the calls.