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ntel’s VOXHD app accessible on Google Play Store

The acclaimed Nigeria’s most advanced 4G/LTE network provider, ntel, has made its high definition Voice Over (VOXHD) application now accessible on Google Play Store, reports ITRealms.

The Voice Over LTE (VoLTE) application allow customers who have 4G/LTE devices supported on the ntel network, to experience the unique voice service provided by ntel.

Speaking on the launch of the application, Kamar Abass, ntel Chief Executive Officer said “This is the first time a Voice Over LTE application that is native to a Nigerian network is being hosted on Google Play Store.”

As said by him, “The application avails our customers of crystal clear high definition VoLTE calls, Short Message Service (SMS over LTE) as well as other traditional features expected from a cellular voice service. With this application, our customers can make and receive HD voice calls, send and receive SMS on their ntel line, with any compatible 4G device, anywhere within our coverage areas.”

ITRealms gathered that to download the application, subscribers should type "ntel VOXHD" on the relevant Google Play Store page.

Further, Abass said that ntel is committed to improving user experience by deploying cutting edge technology in its service delivery.

He explained that the ntel VOXHD application is currently compatible with devices running on Android Operating Systems versions from Android 5.X.

Stressing that ntel is also working to integrate the Apple iOS version shortly for the benefit of Apple iPhone users.


“Updates on this will be provided regularly on our website,” he assured, emphasizing that ntel's VOXHD is compatible with only ntel SIM cards to the exclusion of other networks.

Chuks Egbune/GEE

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