So, you have finally got your Ntel 4G SIM, subscribed to one of the data plans and are ready to start burning that unlimited internet package during the initial 3-month data test drive. Maybe you have a compatible smartphone, mifi or modem and need to configure it for use. We have the Ntel 4G internet settings that you need to use available for you right here on MobilityArena.com.
First, make sure that your device is Flexible Division Duplex (FDD) with support for LTE 3 (1800MHz) and 8 (900MHz) spectrum bands. Usually, this information is available on the product packaging or documentation.
Second, go to the Mobile Networks on your phone and select Select 4G (recommended) or LTE Only as your preferred network mode.
Lastly, got to Access Point Names (APN) settings. Create a new APN and name it “Ntel 4G”. Depending on the device that you have, the settings may vary slightly. Try Option A below:
Ntel 4G internet settings Option A
Don’t touch any other fields in the APN settings. Save the APN, select it as your active APN and try to browse. If you are unable to browse with the above, try the Option B below:
Ntel 4G internet settings Option B
If you are still unable to browse with either of the above settings, the other APN fields may need minor adjusting. Just drop a comment below and I just might be able to guide you.
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