Friday, August 26, 2016

Checkout Data Plans Of InterC, Nigeria's Latest 4G LTE Network Provider

   
   
Say hello to InterC, the latest 4G LTE network provider in Nigeria with bunch of affordable 4G data plans for their potential subscribers which includes you and I. InterC stormed the Nigerian Telco industry in a silent and coded way without much adverts and media publicity unlike when nTel was launched

InterC network was launched this month August 23, 2016 and according to their slogan, which says "Join The Network That Keeps You Interconnected". However, after seeing the price of their data plans, it seems they are in for a serious business as it's a bit cheaper data what you get from other 4G LTE data plans on nTel, Smile, Spetranet etc.

HOW COME THE NAME INTERC?
"InterC" means interconnected in full and it is the rebranded InterCellular X that has partnered with Transsion Holdings (makers of Infinix, Tecno, and iTel phones), Ringo Communications, and Yudala. They are offering fast internet at low prices… I’m sure you know what this means.

STATES WHERE INTERC NETWORK IS AVAILABLE
At the moment, the network is still new and from what we see on their locations page,
they will operate in Abuja, Port Harcourt, and Kaduna first, before hitting the cities of Lagos as their head office is in Lagos. Other locations in Nigeria joins later.

INTERC ONLINE & SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS
1. Official website here
2. Official Twitter Handle here
3. Official Facebook Page here
4. Official Instagram here
5. Want to "contact InterC?" get them here

FREE INTERNET PROMO
The company is offering free internet for the first month, and 25% off on the second month for potential subscribers.

INTERC 4G INTERNET DATA PLANS AND PRICE

1. InterC Lite:
1.5GB Plan for N1,400 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
4GB for N2,800 (24/7 30 Days)
2.5GB for N1,500 (6PM – 6AM 7Days validity)
1GB for N1,000 (6PM – 6AM 7Days validity)

2. InterC Savvy
7GB for N4,500 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
15GB for N7,000 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
25GB for N10,000 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
40GB for N9,000 (6PM – 6AM 30 Days Validity)
25GB for N6,000 (6PM – 6AM 30 Days validity)

3. InterC Ultra
50GB for N17,000 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
75GB for N24,000 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
110GB for N35,000 (24/7 60 Days Validity)
75GB for N12,000 (6PM – 6AM 30 Days Validity).

CONCLUSION
As you can see, the competition is getting fierce and more interesting because it favors the customers. At the moment, we now have many 4G LTE providers to choose from. They are; InterC, Smile, Spectranet, Ntel, Swift, and the big boss MTN. Are you still using a device with no 4G support? You are missing a lot brother and sister. It's time to upgrade especially now that MTN is offering free data bonus on Smartphone upgrades

Get a 4G LTE enabled Smartphone today and join the team of fast internet browsers. Welcome InterC, the network that keeps you interconnected. Keep in touch.
   
   
   
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6 comments:

  1. does MTN have 4G network and if dey do. is it in all states

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    1. Yes they have but not fully functional as background work are still being done

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  2. When will i be able to get a steady and functional 4G reception in my state.

    All these 4G providers should make their reception available in all cities and not just major cities.

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  3. When will i be able to get a steady and functional 4G reception in my state.

    All these 4G providers should make their reception available in all cities and not just major cities.

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