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Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by davidoisamoje: 7:57am On Jul 11, 2018
So for the past weeks, ntel have been having a lot of issues ranging from:

1. Unable to sub
2. Zapping of data
3. Slow network ( can't download fast )
4. Network disconnection
5. Lot of signals for days etc.

With all this above and more, their customer care ( customer nightmare ) will keep giving you 1 same reply! If you want to try for your self, call them in the morning b4 9 am and they will tell you " before 12 pm today " call after 12 pm you get something like " in 24hours it will be resolved "

What do you think is the best step to make/take, to save our self this trouble and to avoid late delivery of works done!

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by princemillla(m): 8:28am On Jul 11, 2018
davidoisamoje:
So for the past weeks, ntel have been having a lot of issues ranging from:

1. Unable to sub
2. Zapping of data
3. Slow network ( can't download fast )
4. Network disconnection
5. Lot of signals for days etc.

With all this above and more, their customer care ( customer nightmare ) will keep giving you 1 same reply! If you want to try for your self, call them in the morning b4 9 am and they will tell you " before 12 pm today " call after 12 pm you get something like " in 24hours it will be resolved "

What do you think is the best step to make/take, to save our self this trouble and to avoid late delivery of works done!

Na by force?? Abandon dem nd move on.
Befor them come u don dey buy data now abi.
They sent me mail my request to convert airtime to data has been solved. I shud restart my device na so I begin dey disturb my self until I check my balance and it still intact.

Ntel are not ready for business. Sometime in biz greediess is not the best way to enlarge.

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by Yelutide: 9:34am On Jul 11, 2018
ntel is not dead. waxing valiantly in Lagos, PHC and Abuja. My advice, dump the sim and get another reliable network sim stable and fast in your location

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by davidoisamoje: 9:51am On Jul 11, 2018
Yelutide:
ntel is not dead. waxing valiantly in Lagos, PHC and Abuja. My advice, dump the sim and get another reliable network sim stable and fast in your location


I'm in lag so I know what I'm saying! B4 their problems, it was fast and good so I really don't get your point.
You are saying the network is "waxing valiantly" yet you say at the end of ur post get another network. It makes no sense. By the way, I won't be online if I have not moved on to Etisalat.

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by davidoisamoje: 9:53am On Jul 11, 2018
princemillla:


Na by force?? Abandon dem nd move on.
Befor them come u don dey buy data now abi.
They sent me mail my request to convert airtime to data has been solved. I shud restart my device na so I begin dey disturb my self until I check my balance and it still intact.

Ntel are not ready for business. Sometime in biz greediess is not the best way to enlarge.

True talk! They are not ready for business at all. I already moved on. I put up the post so people thinking of getting it will rethink the think grin wink

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by Nobody: 10:30am On Jul 11, 2018
I recharged online in Abuja yesterday morning. It may be a network problem in Lagos.
Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by jidxin(m): 10:48am On Jul 11, 2018
Presently using Ntel , downloads at 3mbs/s and I subscribe online....so guy change your phone

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by greenhulk: 10:58am On Jul 11, 2018
My Ntel still works. I subscribed online on Monday and within 45 mins it started working. I think most people having problems are those using the wawu sim. I use the classic sim, unlimited and it still works.

But that is not denying that they always have this issue whereby u subscribe online and it takes forever for ur airtime to turn to data.

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by Nobody: 11:04am On Jul 11, 2018
I recharged online with the Wawu sim so I do not see a reason to panic.
Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by jbazic(m): 12:07pm On Jul 11, 2018
Ntel! Hmm sounds more like Chinese crap

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by sheggsliveth: 1:59pm On Jul 11, 2018
greenhulk:
My Ntel still works. I subscribed online on Monday and within 45 mins it started working. I think most people having problems are those using the wawu sim. I use the classic sim, unlimited and it still works.

But that is not denying that they always have this issue whereby u subscribe online and it takes forever for ur airtime to turn to data.



Me been thinking to get the sim at Egbada this week if am chance now hearing 45min to activate once been to Ikeja to buy but not available....tired of all this Ntel wahala joor
Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by bot101(m): 2:35pm On Jul 11, 2018
I saw wheen on my ntel SIM. For almost 3 weeks after the 10gig I was given on a new Wawu SIM had finished, I couldn't resubscribe with my 1k balance. I called, tweeted, emailed all to no avail. It was only after I went to their office in Alaba (where I bought the SIM) and complained to the agent there before I was resubscribed. It was a helluva bad experience!! Their web platform is complete poo!!!

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by generationz(f): 2:43pm On Jul 11, 2018
greenhulk:
My Ntel still works. I subscribed online on Monday and within 45 mins it started working. I think most people having problems are those using the wawu sim. I use the classic sim, unlimited and it still works.

But that is not denying that they always have this issue whereby u subscribe online and it takes forever for ur airtime to turn to data.
how much is the classic sim

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by greenhulk: 3:19pm On Jul 11, 2018
generationz:

how much is the classic sim

I think it's free, u just have to buy a plan

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by Nbote(m): 6:11pm On Jul 11, 2018
Were dey alive at any time?
Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by ogtavia(m): 6:38pm On Jul 11, 2018
NTEL has been the best internet service provider to me in a long while. Probably the problem is from your end.

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by Ulrich01(m): 7:46pm On Jul 11, 2018
renewa29:
I recharged online in Abuja yesterday morning. It may be a network problem in Lagos.

Wawu or just ordinary subscription?
Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by Ulrich01(m): 7:46pm On Jul 11, 2018
jidxin:
Presently using Ntel , downloads at 3mbs/s and I subscribe online....so guy change your phone

Wawu or just ordinary sub?
Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by StackNerd: 8:35pm On Jul 11, 2018
Ntel is not dead!, Its just that the goal of starting NTEL was not to make money, its just like many other businesses in Nigeria , it's a Money Washing Machine (MWM) . " It's a money Laundromat"

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by jidxin(m): 9:22pm On Jul 11, 2018
Ulrich01:


Wawu or just ordinary sub?
1k for 12 gb
Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by greenhulk: 10:26pm On Jul 11, 2018
jidxin:
1k for 12 gb

That's wawu

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by davidoisamoje: 11:36pm On Jul 11, 2018
greenhulk:


That's wawu
Wawu sim, is their bonus giving sim card..
Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by DrayZee: 12:57am On Jul 12, 2018
If money is not a problem, just use Spectranet and relax.

Ntel is too damn poor. I have 12gb of data, but it's been unusable. It hasn't had this problem before (just their other numerous problems undecided). Went to their office and they were like "there's nothing we can do about it".
If you stay in their office for 15 minutes, you'll see at least 5 people either coming or calling to complain about one thing or the other. Those dudes aren't ready. What's so wrong with making recharge and conversion to data easy and straightforward like other networks?

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by otokx(m): 3:22am On Jul 12, 2018
They have been having issues lately even here in Port Harcourt. Casual browsers may not notice it at first but its obvious for heavy users.

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by jesse8048(m): 4:49am On Jul 12, 2018
These guys aren't ready for business yet. I mean u can't recharge online nor offline. You can't buy get their voucher. The people in their offices are clueless. You can't make calls cos new keeps disconnecting each time.

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by princemillla(m): 6:51am On Jul 12, 2018
DrayZee:
If money is not a problem, just use Spectranet and relax.

Ntel is too damn poor. I have 12gb of data, but it's been unusable. It hasn't had this problem before (just their other numerous problems undecided). Went to their office and they were like "there's nothing we can do about it".
If you stay in their office for 15 minutes, you'll hear at least 5 people either coming or calling to complain about one thing or the other. Those dudes aren't ready. What's so wrong with making recharge and conversion to data easy and straightforward like other networks?

Bros, dem no dey tell person na. Na with annoyance i go resubscribe my spectranet.

Atleast the speed is worth the cost

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by princemillla(m): 7:09am On Jul 12, 2018
davidoisamoje:


I'm in lag so I know what I'm saying! B4 their problems, it was fast and good so I really don't get your point.
You are saying the network is "waxing valiantly" yet you say at the end of ur post get another network. It makes no sense. By the way, I won't be online if I have not moved on to Etisalat.

Lol ..... confused fellow trying to defend dead and unserious company.

I passed by their office in ikotun yestday. Can't imagine the numbers of people trying to register new sim.

That's pure wickedness. You are having issues with some customers yet you keep acquiring more customers. I can only deduce one thing. We were deliberately shut out so they can give access to new customers. Or they want to frustrate us to het new sim s as to increase the number of subscribers

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by greenhulk: 7:23am On Jul 12, 2018
DrayZee:
If money is not a problem, just use Spectranet and relax.

Ntel is too damn poor. I have 12gb of data, but it's been unusable. It hasn't had this problem before (just their other numerous problems undecided). Went to their office and they were like "there's nothing we can do about it".
If you stay in their office for 15 minutes, you'll hear at least 5 people either coming or calling to complain about one thing or the other. Those dudes aren't ready. What's so wrong with making recharge and conversion to data easy and straightforward like other networks?

I bought a spectranet freedom modem with 30gb in it. I struggled to finished the 30gb under 1 month, the thing was so too damn slow that I never re subscribed after 1 month. Meanwhile on Ntel I use a minimum of 80gb in a month, sometimes 120gb. The thing is with cheap things come consequences, 1k for 12gb sounds too good, but I don't use wawu sim, I use their classic sim and I pay 3,750 every week for unlimited and it just works.

I love the spectranet freedom modem, it has a long lasting battery, how I wish it could be unlocked. But I cannot stand their snail network speed. Now this might be location based Sha.

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by Ulrich01(m): 7:23am On Jul 12, 2018
Is it not possible to involve NCC and CPC on this matter?

NCC commissioned this people and now they are stealing our money without providing services.

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by davidoisamoje: 8:10am On Jul 12, 2018
Ulrich01:
Is it not possible to involve NCC and CPC on this matter?

NCC commissioned this people and now they are stealing our money without providing services.

They are all one! You thing this regulators are not seeing all this mess? They are!

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Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by davidoisamoje: 8:11am On Jul 12, 2018
princemillla:


Lol ..... confused fellow trying to defend dead and unserious company.

I passed by their office in ikotun yestday. Can't imagine the numbers of people trying to register new sim.

That's pure wickedness. You are having issues with some customers yet you keep acquiring more customers. I can only deduce one thing. We were deliberately shut out so they can give access to new customers. Or they want to frustrate us to het new sim s as to increase the number of subscribers

I'm telling you cheesy very confused people.
Re: Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? by Nobody: 8:58am On Jul 12, 2018
Ulrich01:


Wawu or just ordinary subscription?
Wawu

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