Reserve your special Ntel number of your choice []

Reserve your special Ntel number of your choice []

- in Tech

Nigeria’s advanced 4G/LTE network operator, NTEL, has announced an exciting pre-launch opportunity to early pre-subscribers as it prepares to enter the market.

It said the first batch of subscribers (hundreds of thousands) to reserve their numbers on the network, and subsequently SIM-activate after launch, will be recognised as pioneers on Nigeria’s newest mobile network.

The chief executive officer (CEO) of NTEL, Kamar Abass, said that this will mark them out as among the first to reap the company’s promise of abundant broadband on its pure-play advanced 4G/LTE network.

“NTEL is a proudly Nigerian company that is fully committed to empowering Nigerians through a technologically advanced pure-play 4G/LTE network. We are offering pioneer status to the first batch of subscribers on our network. Those who reserve their numbers, and subsequently SIM-activate with us will be the vanguard of a select corps of privileged subscribers,” he said.

READ  Whatsapp To Be Discontinued on Blackberry and Nokia Operating System this Year

The month-long number reservation campaign, which opened yesterday, will run till April 8, 2016. It offers prospective subscribers who log on to the NTEL’s website,, the opportunity to pick and reserve up to five numbers of their choice and, provided they register in time, are eligible to become NTEL’s pioneers.

READ  [TECH]: Twitter to Expand Tweet’s 140-Character Limit to 10,000

The company, which made its first voice over LTE call in Lagos on February 25, 2016, is positioned to lead the way as Nigeria’s most advanced 4G/LTE network at a critical moment of transition. NTEL is entering a vibrant and exciting market with four established players but it hopes to make a mark quickly with its full commercial launch of high-definition voice, video and high-speed internet access services over advanced 4G/LTE. NTEL’s network is built on the 900/1800 Mhz which is recognised as the most widely used frequencies for the deployment of 4G/LTE technology.

READ  Cambridge Analytica: How to check whether Facebook share your data

Commenting further, Abass said, “We expect to see more than 50 million 4G/LTE subscribers in Nigeria by 2020 and NTEL is delighted to be leading this transformation towards that critical mass of customers.”

Facebook Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may also like

Intel Boss Resigns Over Sexual Affair With Employee

Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich has resigned over