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Ntel 4g Data/Tariff Plans And list Of Compatible Devices

Ntel is the latest name in the communication sector here in Nigeria. According to them, operation is to kick start  in both Lagos and Abuja then it will roll out to others States as time goes on.
Ntel recently released their fair usage policy and according to their fair usage policy, commercial usage is not allowed on their network and seriously if you are a heavy internet user then this network is just not for you. According to Ntel, “customers likely to be affected by this policy are those who generate large volumes of traffic; often have file-sharing software or peer-to-peer/torrent apps on their phones or tablets; and download large-format files such as music, videos and movies consistently”. However, it’s also noted that any customer who uses above 3GB data daily would be slowed down to 512bps, if done continuously might get disconnected or blocked".

Below are the list of the 3 data plan which they released recently and the price.
1.    Ntel Smart phone starter: This Plan offers unlimited data access, unlimited SMS with 30mins voice call and it cost just N1,000, Valid for 3 days.
2.    Ntel Standard plan: This plan offers unlimited data access, unlimited SMS with 70mins voice call for just N2,400 and it's valid for 7days.
3.    Ntel Monthly plan: This plan offers unlimited data access, unlimited SMS with 300mins voice call for just N9,000 and it's valid for 30days.

According to Ntel, Compatible smart phones includes TecnoBoom J8, TecnoCamon C5, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Infinix Zero 3 and Infinix Note 2 (2GB Ram version). I also expect this plan to work on other 4g LTE devices that aren't even on the list since it's a 4g network.

As I mentioned earlier, if you happen to be a heavy internet user who is probably gonna use beyond 3gb in a day or you are planning to use this for commercial purpose, the you might want to have a rethink.
Let me know what you feel in the comment box below and also let me know if you really think this Ntel 4g network can really give other network providers a run for their money.

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