I believed we all are already aware that ntel network is the newest network providers in Nigeria offers 4G LTE Advanced network, which they claimed to deliver super fast call-connect times, crystal clear Voice over LTE and extraordinarily high internet access speed (up to 230Mbps). ntel itself, has released the official list of confirmed smartphones that are suitable to use their 4G LTE network and VOLTE network.

The ntel services are only available in Abuja and some parts of Lagos (Mainland) at the moment, while you are still waiting for the ntel sim that you booked for and their network to be surfacing in your area, below are the suitable devices for their 4G LTE and VOLTE network including the phones that other people have tested with their new ntel sim card, check if your smartphone is listed.  Ntel 4G Compatible Smartphones Supporting LTE and VOLTE According to Wikipedia, VoLTE is an acronym for Voice over LTE, which is based on the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) network, with specific profiles for control and media planes of voice service on LTE defined by GSMA in PRD IR.92. It’s voice calls over a 4G LTE network, rather than the 2G or 3G connections which very common in Nigeria. Below are the smartphones supported both the 4G LTE and the ultramodern VOLTE services.

  • Samsung S6 edge
  • Samsung S7
  • TECNO C5
  • Konka R2

Ntel 4G Compatible Smartphones Supporting LTE Data Only The below phones supports only the 4G LTE in Ntel.

  1. Huawei P8
  2. Huawei Mate 8
  3. Huawei Mate 7
  4. TECNO Boom J8
  5. TECNO Phantom 5
  6. Lenovo Vibe P1m
  7.  Lenovo Vibe X3
  8. Lenovo A2010
  9. Infinix X600
  10. Infinix Note 2
  11. Infinix Zero 3
  12. Sony Z5 Compact, Dual and Premium
  13. Sony Z3
  14. Sony C4

Note: The above Smartphones are just the ones that ntel officially confirmed. There are lots of Smartphones available in the market that support ntel 4G LTE network and even the one you are currently using as far as your phone is 4G LTE enabled. I will be updating you guys on some tested and confirmed smartphones that are compatible with ntel 4G LTE network. Other Users List 1. Microsoft Lumia 640 XL LTE Dual SIM 2. Asus Zenfone 2 (ZE551ML) 3. Huawei GR3 If you have already purchased their sim card and tested their network, kindly share your savoir faire about ntel services.


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  • Anonymous, June 7, 2016 @ 6:26 pm Reply

    What area in Lagos are you aware they are? No sim collection centre yet ooo.

  • Anonymous, June 7, 2016 @ 11:48 pm Reply


  • Anonymous, June 8, 2016 @ 1:50 am Reply

    Oga Shelaf, I ran into an Android App called "4G Switcher". I think when you have it installed on your Android device, there is a provision through the settings that can enable you switch to an LTE (4G). Pls, as an expert in this field, kindly run a background check on the App and update us on your findings. As for the speed of the network, it's simply wonderful. My friend uses it with a 4G Samsung phone here in Abuja (Wuse area). Spectranet and Smile are good 4G LTE internet providers, but ntel is a million miles ahead of both.Thanks for your undying commitment to this your blog. God's grace be multiplied unto you

  • Unknown, June 8, 2016 @ 4:47 am Reply

    Can one use 3g on the sim

  • Shelaf, June 8, 2016 @ 6:18 am Reply

    Oh no! 4G switcher can't be use to force 4G network on a non 4G device. If you have a 4G device and your phone supports your carrier's 4G bands, but you still can't get a 4G/LTE connection, you made need to enable LTE mode on your phone and if you think the method of dialing *#*#4636#*#* is complicated, alternatively, you can use that 4G LTE Switch app to enable the 4G network.
    Glad to hear good news about the ntel 4G service. You are most welcome and thanks for your wonderful contribution.

  • Shelaf, June 8, 2016 @ 6:25 am Reply

    I heard that there network is now function at Lagos Mainland, you can check around the place for their office.

  • Shelaf, June 8, 2016 @ 6:25 am Reply


  • Shelaf, June 8, 2016 @ 6:45 am Reply

    Presently, I can't say yes or no, to your question.
    All I know is that each of these services 2G, 3G or 4G requires spectrum to be purchased which costs a lot of money. Regulated by NCC. For now, only 4G news we are earing on ntel, people can be able to use 2G and 3G service on ntel, only if they make provision for that too.

  • Yondime Hokage, June 8, 2016 @ 2:42 pm Reply

    Iphone 5 upwards is/are supported

  • Anonymous, June 18, 2016 @ 11:59 pm Reply

    I was at ntel's office today. I was told categorically that iPhones are not yet supported on the network. The have a very slim list of currently supported devices, which is disappointing to say the least.

  • xlboyz, June 23, 2016 @ 6:50 am Reply

    check slot saka tinubu VI or Ntel shop in alfred rewane road Ikoyi

  • Unknown, July 7, 2016 @ 6:42 pm Reply

    It was nice I came across your blog. I have been looking for ways to manage my conversion/migration from spectranet/etisalat/mtn data to ntel without having to acquire new device or pay so much. I have spectranet lte cpe e5172 wifi and other gsm modems. They say I can not jail brake the spectranet lte cpe e5172. Is this true?

    Also, just today I realized that my son's infinix hot note supports wcdma and also that the well marketed techno canom c5 by ntel does not actually support 4g lte. What this has suggetsed to me is that I should go and buy the 2 day ntel plan (N1000) and insert it into my son's infinix hot note for trials.

    I strongly suspect it will work, but may be I may not get the speed I get from spectranet 4g. I promise to update you tomorrow after my trials.

  • Diamondrose, October 5, 2016 @ 3:49 am Reply

    Those of us with our old mtel Sim cards, would it work on the new ntel network?? Or we may hv to go for a Sim swap??

  • Unknown, November 24, 2016 @ 8:04 am Reply

    Pls I have Samsung j5 will it support it

  • Unknown, July 11, 2018 @ 10:54 pm Reply

    How can I make it work on my Samsung galaxy A5 2017 model

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