According to a statement in Lagos, he said ntel had unveiled a two for three data promo for customers, who want to enjoy more data for less on the network.
The new company network that was announced on April 8, 2016 take off is unlimited bundles for internet subscribers, now it is more data at a lesser cost, the Chief Executive Officer of ntel, Mr Kamar Abass, said on Wednesday.
Abass said that ntel was 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.
NAN reports, the new deal would delight customers with unlimited data on its Fourth Generation (4G)/Long Term Evolution (LTE) Advanced network.
The customers would make crystal clear High Definition (HD) calls on the devices which also supported streaming, browsing, messaging and hotspot services, without data caps or throttling.
Abbas said “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,” he said.
Ntel, is the new name of the former state-owned Nigeria Telecommunication Limited (NITEL) and its mobile unit, Mtel.