We have details of Ntel’s tariff plans for you. There are currently three of them and all three come with unlimited data. Have a look:
- Starter Plan: N1,000 / 2 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
While the data is unlimited, the speed gets throttled. Ntel promises up to 230 Mbps theoretically, but their Fair Usage Policy includes the following clauses:
- 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.
Ntel also listed a number of smartphones that they have certified are compatible with their network. The list includes:
- TECNO Camon C5
- Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
- TECNO Boom J8
- Infinix Zero (likely the Zero 3)
- Infinix Note (likely the Note 2 2GB RAM variant)
Ntel needs to get a better grasp of smartphone names and models. Anyway, what is your take on the above?