How Prepared Are You to Welcome MTN 4G LTE?

Hopefully
our expectation won’t be crippled the way it was crippled by ntel. In some couples of
weeks from now, if the Telecom giant MTN keep to their promise, 4G LTE
(Fourth Generation Long Term Evolution) will be launch but for now I can’t pin
point which states and cities will be the first to experience it.

I
leant from a reliable source that MTN 4G LTE has already been
deployed to Ghana which means you should expect MTN NG 4G deployment as
promised. Some Visafone staffs have already been re-trained to have the
requisite skills for roll out of the new 4G LTE (Fourth Generation Long Term
Evolution) technology in the country.

One
more thing, a lot of you might be getting new smartphones this season, some of
you have gotten and some of you will still get. It is important to make sure
you get a 4G LTE enable smartphones with good battery life that runs on band
800/1800/2100/2600MHz frequency or else 
MTN 4G network will just be a story you’ll always live to hear and read
without testing it.
A
blog reader Nelson Cruz pointed out sometimes ago that some smartphones won’t
support MTN 800MHz frequency  because
their bands are completely different. Before you buy your next 4G smartphone,
make sure you check the band in order to avoid story that touch.
Now
tell us how prepared are you to welcome the Fourth Generation Long Term
Evolution in your country? Tell us the kind of smartphone you are using lets
help you check if it will supports MTN 4G LTE or not.
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37 thoughts on “How Prepared Are You to Welcome MTN 4G LTE?

    • Good day Akinwale, I'd like to ask you some questions regarding this phone of yours, cause at the verge of getting a new phone that is 4G supported. How can I get across to you, or better still, YP can you do a list of 4G enabled low end phones, Thanks.

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  1. I think its a welcome development. Though belated, but the fact that gsm companies are in a rat race to corner the biggest share of the data market is to our advantage. I foresee a situation in the nearest future when data will be so cheap that public wifi will be the norm rather than the exception. Imagine a world with public wifi everywhere in Nigeria!

  2. Yes, I'm loving this game of of LTE throne… I use Elephone P8000 and I can tell you that it is one of the best chillest phone I've used so far. Waiting to test run 4G when it come

  3. Galaxy S6 edge Sm-G925F LTE bands LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 17(700), 18(800), 19(800), 20(800), 26(850) – SM-G925F.

    Bring it on MTN LTE

  4. YP will this 4G specification work with Mtn band? LTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 38(2600), 39(1900), 40(2300), 41(2500) – TIT-AL00..

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