Intercellular Nigeria Limited Launches 4G LTE in Nigeria

InterC Data plans; The new 4G LTE Network in Nigeria

intercellular new Nigerian network

Another 4G LTE network has launched their service in Nigeria. This happened 5 days back on the 23 of August, 2016 to be precise. The company is known as Intercellular Nigeria Limited. It is addressed as InterC for short. It seems the short form of the name is also their preferred choice. This company has sprang up from the need to solve the problem of slow internet data plans in Nigeria. Many Nigerians would agree to the fact that internet speed is generally slow in Nigeria. It is also true that cost of browsing in Nigeria is generally still very high when compared to other Nations around the world.

InterC Network has risen not only to solve, but also to benefit from this data challenges in the Nation. The company InterC has been established to provide high quality services. They plan to do this through the high capacity 4G LTE network to Nigerians.

Although being new, InterC clearly has plans to launch in the major cities of Nigeria soon. The new 4G LTE network company has written on their location page, plans to operate in Abuja, Port Harcourt, and Kaduna first. After which they will extend their services to the city of Lagos. Their head office will also be in Lagos. They will there after spread to other locations in Nigeria.
InterC are clearly  in for a serious business and competition. This is because the prices of their data plans are clearly more affordable than other networks in Nigeria offering the same 4G services. At the moment they will be offering free 4G internet service to subscribers for the first month. Even more interesting is that in the second month you get a 25% off discount of their normal prices.

This is a completely new approach to business in Nigeria. This is because the general attitude of the Nigerian telecommunication providers has always been pay before service. It is worthy of mention that this is same approach to business used in the developed countries of the world. I think InterC may just be about to start another major revolution in the Nigerian telecommunications networks industry. This revolution seems to have already started with the Glo Nigeria. We have listed below the InterC 4G LTE Data plans and prices;

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InterC 4G LTE Data Plans and Prices

interc data plan and prices

1. InterC Lite

» 1.5GB Plan for N1,400 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
» 4GB for N2,800 (24/7 30 Days)
» 2.5GB for N1,500 (6PM – 6AM 7Days validity)
» 1GB for N1,000 (6PM – 6AM 7Days validity)

2. InterC Savvy

» 7GB for N4,500 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
» 15GB for N7,000 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
» 25GB for N10,000 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
» 40GB for N9,000 (6PM – 6AM 30 Days Validity)
» 25GB for N6,000 (6PM – 6AM 30 Days validity)

3. InterC Ultra

» 50GB for N17,000 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
» 75GB for N24,000 (24/7 30 Days Validity)
» 110GB for N35,000 (24/7 60 Days Validity)
» 75GB for N12,000 (6PM – 6AM 30 Days Validity).

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In order to learn more about InterC,  Yo can visit their official website at www.intercnetwork.com.ng

Take note we now we have in Nigeria the following  4G lte service providers; InterC, Smile, Spectranet, Ntel, Swift, and coming soon is the MTN 4G LTE. It clear that faster internet is about to become a reality in Nigeria. It may be wise to start planning to buy a 4G enabled device if you do not already have one. This would eventually help you benefit from this fast browsing trend already happening.

Hey, I tell me your opinion about this new events in the telecommunication industry. What do yo see in the future of the Nigeria as regards browsing. What do you think about cost of making calls in Nigeria in the future? Take a minute and drop your a comment thanks 🙂

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