ntel Targets September For Port Harcourt Launch…4G/LTE Samsung, Other Devices To Be Unveiled Soon

​Ahead of the pack in the 4G/LTE market in Nigeria, bourgeoning telecommunication firm, NatCom Development and Investment Company, trading as ntel, has set out to tickle its customers and ensure customer satisfaction on its network.

To this end, the company which announced its service rollout in April, 2016, after making its first successful on-net Voice over LTE (VoLTE) call in Lagos February. 

The telecom company has pledged to ensure that Nigerians enjoy true broadband services on VoLTE-compliant gadgets.

Sources say the company is on the verge of concluding arrangement with Samsung for gadgets which will be added to the Konka R2 and Tecno Camon C5 devices on the company’s stable of devices. 

The Konka R2 device, which is just making its way into the Nigerian market has a Quad-core Cortex A53, 1.3GHz processor, and ideal for subscribers who want a whole new experience with smartphones. It is also a great device for taking selfies on account of its wide 5.5 inches screen.

The silver-plated device offers users two micro-SIM slots, Android 5.1, 2Gb RAM, 16Gb ROM, back camera of 13mp and 5mp front. 

The smartphone also supports GSM, HSPA and LTE giving a wide range of options to consumers. With a battery life of 2700 mAh, users can spend longer time livestreaming on ntel’s unlimited data.

The Tecno Camon C5 offers subscribers a slim smartphone of 8.6 millimetres as well as a metallic-looking frame and phone jacket. The dual SIM device has a 1.3 GHz processor and with 1 GB RAM to enable users enjoy decent performance and responsiveness.

Also, ntel is offering prospective customers who buy any of the 4G/VoLTE-enabled Tecno Camon C5 or Konka R2 devices the opportunity to enjoy three months data for the cost of two months.

Subscribers who visit ntel outlets in Lagos and Abuja will enjoy superfast Internet access and make crystal clear HD calls on the devices which also support streaming, browsing, messaging and hotspot services without data caps or throttling.

Speaking on the company’s strategy, CEO, Kamar Abass, said ntel is determined to ensure that more Nigerians enjoy superfast internet at minimal cost. “ntel’s overarching aim is to enhance productivity by enabling broadband access to Nigerians and doing that entails price points that provide access without impoverishing subscribers. That is what this offer means and we will soon be extending our coverage and services to Port Harcourt to enable more Nigerians experience ntel’s HD voice and superfast internet services enabled over a 4G/LTE advanced network.”

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