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Ntel Increases Price Of Smartphone Unlimited Monthly Plan By Over 40%

Ntel, Nigeria’s most advanced 4G Long Term Evolution(LTE) Network, has again increased its data tariff price by nothing less than 40% without informing its customer. The increment affected the Smartphone Unlimited Monthly which was an increase from NGN 12,500 to 17,500.

Ntel Increases Price Of Smartphone Unlimited Monthly Plan By Over 40%

The telecommunication company had earlier increased its three data bundles in April 2016 affecting Smartphone Unlimited Monthly from N10,000 to N12,500, Weekly: From N3,000 to N3,750 and Daily Lite: From N1,000 to N1,500.

Read alsoNtel Data Plans For December 2017 #4GLTE

The spike in the data price of the monthly unlimited data bundle seems not to vigor well with many users, some have to take to the popular microblogging Twitter platform to show their dismay. Below are some of their reaction:







An unconfirmed news also claimed that Ntel does not only increased their data tariff but have also tampered with the Unlimited data cap which is now 90GB, meaning that you are paying N17,500 for 90GB.

So guys, would you pay N17,500 for Ntel Unlimited Data Plan or Port to another network provider?


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