Yesterday, I finally got my Ntel 4G SIM card and line. Roll out the drums. Share the gala. Share the booze! LOL. Anyway, in addition to that, I also got the official list of confirmed Ntel 4G compatible smartphones just for you guys. Have a look after the jump.
Ntel 4G compatible smartphones supporting LTE & VOLTE
1. Samsung S6 edge
2. Samsung S7
3. TECNO C5
4. konka R2
Ntel 4G compatible smartphones supporting LTE Data only
1. Huawei P8
2. Huawei Mate 8
3. Huawei Mate 7
4. TECNO Boom J8
5. TECNO Phantom 5
6. Lenovo Vibe P1m
7. Lenovo Vibe X3
8. Lenovo A2010
9. Infinix X600
10. Infinix Note 2
11. Infinix Zero 3
12. Sony Z5 Compact, Dual and Premium
13. Sony Z3
14. Sony C4
The above smartphones are not the only Ntel 4G compatible smartphones that are available in the market. These are just the ones that Ntel have officially confirmed in-house. Now that we have an Ntel SIM card here at Mobility Arena, we will be able to test other smartphones and report back to you, just as we have been doing with Smile 4G. Expect more exciting 4G LTE compatibility tests from us going forward.
User-Verified Ntel 4G Compatible smartphones
I thought it would be nice to also compile a list of smartphones that Ntel users have confirmed works on the network. Please use the comment form to tell us what devices you have successfully used on Ntel, and we will add them to this list.
1. Microsoft Lumia 640 XL LTE Dual SIM
2. Asus Zenfone 2 (ZE551ML)
3. Huawei GR3
4. TECNO Camon C9
5. Innjoo Fire 2 Plus LTE
PS: Ntel 4G coverage is now also available in Lagos Mainland. The problem is, it is available in spots and patches. All I have to do now is find an area covered that has a park, garden or recreation spot, so I can go sit by posterior and try out the service.
PS2: The Ntel website is now functional too with lots of information. Go check it out: www.Ntel.com.ng.
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