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Etisalat 4G LTE is Now Active, Plus How to Check if Your Devices Supports it

Almost all Nigerian network providers has rolled-out their 4G, now i'm pleased to announce to you that Etisalat 4G LTE is Live & Active. Tell someone beside you congratulation :D.
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Initially, Ntel was the first to provide us 4G LTE, seeing it was good, Mtn did the same. Glo hurriedly cooked up theirs, but it wasn't compatible with a lot of peoples smartphone. Etisalat gallantly launched its 4G today, though i've been seeing traces of it for quite a while. But wait o, Airtel, where are you :?:
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Simply turn on your 4G LTE enabled smartphones and scan for Etisalat 4G LTE network if you're in Lagos. It will rollout to other cities/states in no time. Another good news is that you don't need to swap/change your sim before you rock Etisalat 4G, cool!

How to Check if Your Phone Supports 4G

Android
Simply navigate to settings -> Network settings -> mobile network. You'll see a dropdown menu of mobile standards such as 2G, 3G or LTE (4G). If 4G or LTE is not in the list, then your smartphone doesn't support the standard.
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iPhone
Go to settings -> General -> cellular -> Enable 4G LTE.

Windows
Still on settings, navigate to Celluar + Sim -> Highest connection speed and check if LTE is part of the options.

Blackberry
Kindly go to settings -> Network and Connection -> Mobile Network -> Network mode and you’ll see 4G & 3G & 2G. Please note; it's not.available on Blackberry Q5 and below. Your say?
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4 Responses to "Etisalat 4G LTE is Now Active, Plus How to Check if Your Devices Supports it"

  1. Wow, miracle

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  2. Gideon KachiOctober 08, 2016

    @William,
    :D

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  3. Etisalat is fast before, this 4G will just consume more data than b4.

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  4. Gideon KachiOctober 09, 2016

    @Jude,
    Complacency! Don't you want all pages to load within a twinkle of an eye :wink: Embrace 4G bro.

    ReplyDelete

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