Friday, April 8, 2016

Just See A Sample Of Ntel 4G LTE Speed With Broadband Speedtest

   
   
Ntel is new and still gaining ground in the Nigerian telecommunication industry but their main we.apon to battle with the likes of MTN, Etisalat, Airtel and glo is their unmatchable 4G LTE Network.

Much has been said about this network and some people have already reserved their own unique SIM card at the Ntel official website but majority are yet to see the Sim card or feel it.

Well, someone that had the opportunity to use the 4G LTE features managed to conduct a broadband speed test for the network and here is the outcome.


This result shows its the fastest and most advanced 4G LTE network in Africa. Though i believe the speed will drop when many subscribers start making use of the network as there is going to be traffic congestion in the network as we experience most times on mtn during the day.
   
   
   
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6 comments:

  1. That's super fast in my own opinion

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  2. Could you please educate me on their network coverage and how many states have they covered

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  3. Thanks for this wonderful update

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  4. Could you please educate me on their network coverage and how many states have they covered

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  5. Could you please educate me on their network coverage and how many states have they covered

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