We’re all still awaiting the ntel sims to spread round the countries and get to individuals, On April 8, Ntel launched its 4G network in Lagos and Abuja, hopefully to spread round other parts of the country. They have recently released the details of Ntel Tarrif Plans are as shown below;
NTEL 4G TARIFF PLANS
Smart Phone Starter
- Amount: N1,000
- Validity: 3 days
- Benefits: Unlimited data, 30minutes voice calls, SMS
- Amount: N2,400
- Validity: 7 days
- Benefits: Unlimited Data, 70minutes calls, SMS
- Amount: N9,000
- Validity: 30 days
- Benefits: Unlimited data, 300 minutes calls, SMS
HOW TO SUBSCRIBE FOR NTEL 4G PLANS
To subscribe; Visit any NTEL stores/stations nearest to you. Click here to view stores
[su_heading size=”25″ margin=”40″]LIST OF 4G LTE PHONES COMPATIBLE WITH NTEL[/su_heading]
Without doubts, here are some compatible smartphones that will work with their sim perfectly in Nigeria.
- Tecno Boom J8
- Tecno Camon C5
- Tecno Phantom 5
- Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
- Infinix Zero 3
- Infinix Note 2 LTE (2GB Ram version)
- Infinix Hot 3 4G LTE
Fair Usage Policy definitely applies to the above tariff plans. See below the Fair Usage Policy
[su_heading size=”25″ margin=”40″]NTEL FAIR USAGE POLICY[/su_heading]
1. Ntel is committed to providing our customers with a fast and reliable service hence, we have taken steps to implement our Fair Use Policy.
2. This Policy shall apply to all our customers (pre-paid and post-paid).
3. Our Fair Use Policy is aligned with the best industry practices of global telecommunications providers and is subject to change without prior notice.
4. This policy allows us maintain the quality of our mobile internet service and give all ntel customers fair opportunities to enjoy our network.
5. 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.
6. At peak periods each day, any customer who has used a total volume of 3GB will be slowed down to 512bps.
7. We reserve the right to review these fair use levels from time to time.
8. We also reserve the right to limit or suspend service to anyone who uses or attempts to use the service in any way that may attract any sanctions or penalties.
9. We reserve the right to suspend use for fraud if such use has or may have a negative effect on our business.
10. 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.
11. We may or may not notify you before taking any of the above actions.
12. The allowance set out in this fair use policy is based on bundles used within Nigeria. Any use when you are abroad will be charged at the relevant international rates.
Did my little calculation on policy 6 and found out that 512 Kbps is 64 kB/s…
Calculations: You have a 512 Kbps connection not a 512 KBps connection. That ‘B’ makes a huge difference. 512 Kbps is 512 KiloBitsPerSecond and 512 KBps is 512 KiloBytesPerSecond. 1byte=8bits and download speed is measured in bytes not bits. So, divide 512 by 8=64 KiloBytesPerSecond. That mean you are getting the maximum speed from your internet connection.
So this is relatively slow I guess!
Now that Ntel have kicked started fully by unveiling their tariff plan and speed throttling policy, what are your views on, is it COOL or UNCOOL? Share your views via comment box below.