The world is changing and 3G network is no longer sufficient. Network providers in Nigeria have not done much to boost our existing 3G network, but a better hope in 4G LTE opens the door to so many things including bagging a degree course via e-learning with fast internet connection that won’t break.
This can only be possible with 4G LTE. There are a couple of network providers already offering this service, but the major telecom giants are yet to get the licence from NCC, except for MTN that appears to have used the backdoor to get it with the acquisition of Visafone. At the time of writing, all other major network providers are challenging this development in court.
However, NTEL (formally known and NITEL) has started rolling out 4G LTE services in Lagos, Portharcourt and Abuja. This means that 4G LTE operations in Nigeria would soon go mainstream – become available for everyone.
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You need to arm yourself with a 4G LTE enabled smartphone to enjoy all the benefits of this incredible network capacity. This is not the best we can get though, the UK is already test-running 5G network so we should only celebrate 4G LTE a little and move on.
That said; pursue the list of the most affordable 4G LTE smartphones from the next page.