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Ntel set to launch recharge cards, warms up for national roaming

The Nigeria Telecommunications Company (NatCom) trading with the name ntel has concluded plans to launch its brand of recharge cards into the nation's telecommunication market, reports ITRealms.

Ntel, ITRealms gathered is gearing up for the formal launch of its national roaming services to boost customers’ ability to optimize experiences.

This is coming barely three years since it commenced operation after the acquisition of NITEL from the Bureau of Public Enterprise (BPE).

Disclosing this in Lagos at the weekend during the month of March breakfast with CEO hosted by the Nigeria Information Technology Reporters Association (NITRA) at Ladi Lawal House, Alausa Ikeja, the chief executive officer of ntel, Mr. Ernest ‘Dabo Akinlola, said the mobile company is introducing the physical recharge card to boost its brand visibility which does not any way stop the virtual recharge the operator debut with.

He also said that ntel is keen in launch its national roaming service by next month of April 2018.

Akinlola, accompanied by director of external relations Mr. Osondu Nwokolo among others, head marketing, Mr. Jide Mafolabomi and Chief Finance Officer, Mr. Ernest Obhulime, assured ntel subscribers which he said have been doubled in the last six months due to new vigor, that they are leveraging their NITEL assets especially the SAT 3.

He equally affirmed the plan by ntel to launch a national roaming service on the network to afford subscribers on its network to optimize the offerings.

According to him, ntel has advanced national roaming agreement with 9mobile while MTN deal is already on the table and is receiving adequate attention as stated the time of going to the press.

Chuks Egbune/GEE

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