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Opinion: Is The Fear of Ntel’s Imminent debut leading to Competitive Ads by other carriers In Nigeria?

Anytime I remember my Ntel SIM is reserved there is this gratifying hope that one day I’ll be free from the clutches of some present-day annoying networks in Nigeria, I don’t want to start mentioning names but you sure know THOSE I’m talking about and moreover who would want his line to be blocked by angry Network Providers that are ready to force a ringtone subscription on your line all in the name of serving you better? especially when they are fully aware of the huge amount of money they can make from one week of subscription.

No  wonder they keep on using tempting ads and cheap data offers to entice us and We just like sheep follow them but Ntel is changing that for a whole year of free data and unlimited calls, I wonder what those guys will be feeding on as Nigerians love AWOOF, I can’t imagine feeding 80% of a country a whole year without complaining or are they trying to pull our Legs (Pull the Legs of a Nigerian. An Average Nigerian will skedaddle when a deal does not pay off in the first instance) but amidst skepticism I think Ntel is up to the task and it would be a record-breaking achievement since no Network in Nigeria has ever tried that and just to serve as a reminder the Ntel Sim is now available in Lagos state and other States in Nigeria.

But  I think we should all


Clap for Airtel, MTN, and GLO for Enticing Us with their Ads

And How we behave to other networks when Ntel Arrived





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Oluwasegun Edun
A Free Living individual that goes Wild Weird and Wonderful with the World Wide Web, Cracking the nuts without a nut cracker, I write stuffs with passion, A Computer Engineer, A Web developer and a Windows enthusiast.
  • ogbodo ifeanyi ability
    June 16, 2016 at 1:36 pm

    That is it my dear,i foolishely subscribed that time one tone is even N200, i have not even enjoy it they gave me notification of expirying so i deactivate it immediately, since then i ran away from that nonsense they call tone.But why don’t you call names,freedom of speech is now in nigeria.Lol but am not the one that said soooo

  • Amos Mercy
    June 16, 2016 at 1:45 pm

    I hope all these promises from NTEL will not be like many others just to gain consumers attention, then push them into gutter.. It will be nice if they can keep to their promises…. It’s a healthy competition anyway…. And it produces quality services as competitors will not like to be out of market

  • Arewa Sunkanmi David
    June 16, 2016 at 3:27 pm

    Can’t wait to get my hand on Ntel

  • Michael Effiong
    June 16, 2016 at 4:53 pm

    Me that don’t have 4G enabled device, wetin I go do? I’ll just endure.

  • Fela Moo'Gentle Adesola
    June 16, 2016 at 11:40 pm

    Welcome Ntel, Help us bring the price low and you will chase away other 3G networks out of the market.

  • segun ufayo agboju
    June 17, 2016 at 2:09 am


  • Sunday Esther
    June 17, 2016 at 4:50 am

    hmmmm am just waiting.

  • Gadgets Reviews
    June 17, 2016 at 9:26 am

    I think Ntel will come and Surprise us or what did you all think?

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