Manual Internet Setting For Ntel 4G LTE Network Nigeria

Ntel had previously announced the List of Smartphones in Nigeria that was supported for it. For those who are quite aware, Ntel Sim card had not been able to browse the net because of the lack of internet settings for the Ntel 4G LTE configuration. From this article, you would be able to browse with your Ntel 4G LTE simcard.

Below are the phone requirements for Ntel 4G LTE Simcard Internet Settings
• Make sure that your device is Flexible Division Duplex (FDD) with support for LTE 3 (1800MHz) and 8 (900MHz) spectrum bands. Usually, this information is available on the product packaging or specifications.

Ntel 4G LTE Internet Device Configuration

First, go to the Mobile Networks settings on your smartphone and select LTE Only as your preferred network mode or you can also select 4G which I would recommend for you to go with.

•  Now go to Access Point Names (APN) settings. Create a new APN and name it “Ntel 4G”. Depending on the device that you have, the settings may vary slightly. Try the below options below to set an APN for Ntel 4G.


APN: Ntel
Proxy: leave it blank
Port: leave it blank
Username: Ntel
Password: Ntel

If the above configuration fails to work, try configuring it with the below settings,

APN: Ntel
Proxy: leave it blank
Port: leave it blank
Username: blank
Password: blank

Leave the remaining blank and save it and use as your default configuration. We are hoping that Ntel 4G LTE would soon start sending automatic internet settings for compatabile Android Smartphones for easier configuration.

If the above settings didn’t still work, notify with your device name using the comment box



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