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Here Is The Shocking Reason That Led To The Downfall Of Top Phone Brand Gionee / Should We Say Ntel Nigeria Is Dead? / NTEL Increases Monthly Plan Massively By 40% (from N12,500 To N17,500).. (2) (3) (4)
|Ntel Downfall Has Started by ahmed486: 12:07pm On Jun 05, 2020|
Ntel downfall has really started. Their unlimited is no longer unlimited they have added a data cap.
Their network has gotten really bad. clocking at best 150Kb/s at Secretariat where my office is in Abuja
They increased their unlimited plan to N18,500
And to cap it all, I just found out that they have introduced a data cap of 100GB
With all these, This will be my last month of subscribing to the network.
I would rather pay 20K for 138GB of Glo which clocks over 5MB/s in my location. Pending when a true unlimited network comes out.
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by seunfly: 12:19pm On Jun 05, 2020|
Does ntel still function, i used to use them.3 years ago i never knew they are still in town.
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by ahmed486: 12:25pm On Jun 05, 2020|
They are, but their network is getting really bad by the day. The new data cap is what I just can't take.
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by AceRoot(m): 12:46pm On Jun 05, 2020|
How confirmed is this new policy on an unlimited service? I ask this and displaying both my daily and weekly NTEL unlimited data usage, presently.
The network service and speed seem area dependent in Abuja, I should add.
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by ahmed486: 2:58pm On Jun 05, 2020|
Their representative on Facebook confirmed this I will attach their reply below
Dear ---, kindly be informed that the new Unlimited plans (The unlimited Plus, Xtra and Prime) are designed for heavy users and SMEs. This is in a bid to cater for data-intensive activities like file sharing, torrents, video and game streaming, video conferencing etc. The new plans also have more threshold namely, 200GB for Plus, 350GB for Xtra and 600GB for Prime as opposed to the Family that have 150GB FUP limit monthly.
So from the info the new data cap is 150GB
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by scoundrel(f): 3:44pm On Jun 05, 2020|
Nigerians ran Ntel down. The company was never serious in the first place. I thought an indigenous company will know how to restrategize to face the same issues it was familiar with, but, mba o, them no give themselves sense.
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by AceRoot(m): 3:46pm On Jun 05, 2020|
Thank you so much for sharing this here. I suppose they'll also have the decency of informing us all through email or when renewing the "Unlimited" data plan.
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by TRUEBLOOD59(m): 4:06pm On Jun 05, 2020|
Which one con be ntel again?
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by Emmanuelcann: 4:28pm On Jun 05, 2020|
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by Akunwafor(m): 5:28pm On Jun 05, 2020|
Internet wil never be cheap until power is fixed in the country.
If you know how much it costs to keep a base station running 24/7 then you'd pity some of these companies.
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|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by edoairways: 6:40pm On Jun 05, 2020|
scoundrel:Why is it difficult for some indigenous firms to strive well in Nigeria compare to the foreign ones?
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by generationz(f): 6:49pm On Jun 05, 2020|
How does this work with glo?
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by pheesayor(m): 7:10pm On Jun 05, 2020|
Ntel will lose customers, they will then come back to their senses and then remove the data caps. I will do a month as usual but disconnect all wifi users and block unnecessary sites, after this month I'll look for an alternative. This nonsense, in this day and age when data price is dropping.
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by Harry00(m): 8:31pm On Jun 05, 2020|
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by heniford2: 9:21pm On Jun 05, 2020|
stupid post what has Ntel done to you, stop trying to kill that business
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by Nobody: 9:24pm On Jun 05, 2020|
You don't need to bring this here. This is the same reason we hated Tecno fanboys but looks like u lots might be worse.
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by teap7777: 10:11pm On Jun 05, 2020|
If ntel unlimited is caped at 150gb for 18500. I feel like is still the best compare to other 4g network which is caped at 100gb
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by micfoley: 10:21pm On Jun 05, 2020|
Ntel still exists?
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by AshipaEk0: 10:58pm On Jun 05, 2020|
150GB for Family N18,500
200GB for Plus, N25,000
350GB for Xtra N40,000
600GB for Prime N60,000
Na Una dey misinterpret them sha.
they actually intend to reduce the number of customers they have to manageable levels with these price increases. its their normal tactic.
they want few rich customers only
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by phemmyfour: 7:44am On Jun 06, 2020|
Ntel still exist
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by Akunwafor(m): 8:35am On Jun 06, 2020|
That's a dumb move.
If they need 10k to buy internet from their mother provider and initially they were able to get 15 people to pay 1k, they would have made a profit of 5k.
But if they increase their prices to 1k5 and then cap data, then clearly they'll lose customers. Going by your analogy "the want few rich customers" if they lose say 7 customers, then they'd be making 12k.
Mind you, people flocked to ntel for no other reason but "unlimited" Internet, so I expect them to start running at a loss sooner, rather than later.
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by pheesayor(m): 12:02pm On Jun 08, 2020|
you're right, they'll lose customers then eventually come back to their senses
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by ahmed486: 5:24pm On Jun 08, 2020|
Just dail *777# follow the prompts then select 'mega plans'
the plan also comes with additional 12GB for night browsing
|Re: Ntel Downfall Has Started by ahmed486: 5:31pm On Jun 08, 2020|
I am not trying to kill any business. they are the ones that broke their promise to their customers.
Mind you I have been using Ntel since 2016 that they came out.
when their unlimited was 12500 then they increased to 17,500 and then 18,500.
I never complained but introducing a data cap is the height of it for me.
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