Ntel 4G LTE Network Configuration and APN Settings

The ntel framework depends on the 900/1800 Mhz, which is seen as the most extensively used 
frequencies for the game plan of 4G/LTE advancement. All the scrutinizing subordinate people in 
Nigeria are rigidly sitting tight for ntel Advanced 4G/LTE organization to be totally 
working in their zones, ntel organizations are only open in Abuja and some parts of Lagos 
(Mainland) at this moment, let have trust that soon, ntel will expand their extension in 
Lagos and Abuja, and thusly to various states, over various geo-political zones. 


1. Make sure that your cell phone is Flexible Division Duplex (FDD) with support for LTE 3 (1800MHz) and 8 (900MHz) spectrum bands. 
You can easily find this information on the product packaging or documentation which usually comes with it.
2. You will need to enable 4G services on your device and to do this, simply go to the Mobile
 Networks on your phone and select Select 4G (recommended) or LTE Only as your preferred network mode.

Now, go to Access Point Names (APN) settings in your device and create a new APN, name it “ntel 4G” or any name of your choice which you can use to identify it.
 Note that this setting might vary depending on the phone brand you are using. 
After locating the phone APN, then use the following "configuration" below

Below are the two options which you can use for your ntel manual configuration

Option 1: Ntel 4G APN Internet Settings 
APN ntel
Username ntel
Password ntel

Leave other fields in the APN Settings and save your setting, then activate it as your Default or Active APN. After this, start flexing and it should connect, but if after applying the settings above and you still find it difficult to browse with your ntel, then use the second option below.

Option 2: Ntel 4G Internet Settings 
APN ntel
Username blank
Password blank