Do you want to know how to check NTEL Data balance, voice and SMS balance?
In this article, you will learn how to check your NTEL data, voice and SMS balance on your smartphone or computer.
NTEL is a Nigerian 4G network that began operation in the country in 2016. They are amongst the first to offer a truly unlimited data plan.
Although NTEL changes the price of its data plans occasionally, it is still among the cheapest 4G network in Nigeria.
To check NTEL data balance, you need to register on the Ntel website for customers.
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How to Register on NTEL Website (myntel)
Make sure you have already purchased and registered an NTEL sim card. If you haven’t, visit any NTEL outlet close to you to register.
While registering your sim card, provide a valid email address so that you can get notifications in your email.
Follow the steps below to register on the Myntel website;
Step 1: Visit myntel.ntel.com.ng/login.
Step 2: Click on Please register at the bottom of the page.
Step 3: Enter your NTEL phone number on the next page and click on proceed.
Step 4: Set your login pin.
The login pin is a 4 digit number that serves as your password to login to the myntel website.
Make sure you save the password with a password manager like Google password manager or LastPass so that you do not have to remember the password all the time.
Step 5: A one-time password (OTP) will be sent to the email address you used to register the NTEL sim card.
Enter the OTP in the space provided and click continue.
Once you are done with this, you can successfully login to the myntel website.
How to Check NTEL Data Balance
Step 1: Visit myntel.ntel.com.ng/login.
Step 2: Login with your phone number and pin you created in the previous step.
Step 3: Once you are logged in, click on view balances to see your Ntel data balance, call, airtime and SMS balances.
Another method you can use to check your NTEL data balance is to call the NTEL customer care helpline or you send @ntelcare a direct message on Twitter.
You can call NTEL customer care on 0700 6835 5483.
How to Check NTEL Data Usage
NTEL data usage and NTEL data are two different things.
The NTEL data usage lets you see how you used your data. You get to see the amount of data you used per browsing session. This way you can monitor how much data you use in a single day.
The steps to check NTEL data usage is quite similar to the steps to check NTEL data balance.
Follow the steps below to see your data usage;
Step 1: Visit https://myntel.ntel.com.ng/login.
Step 2: Log in with your phone number and pin.
If you do not have an NTEL account, click here to see how to create an NTEL account.
Step 3: Once you are logged in, click on “Usage History”.
Step 4: Select the date range you want to search for.
Step 4: Click on “Fetch Usage History”.
The data usage for the period you searched for will come up.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have any question related to how to check Ntel data balance? Check the questions below. If you do not see your question, you can drop a comment in the comment section after this post.
Can I Use a USSD Code to Check NTEL Data Balance?
No, you cannot use a USSD code to check data balance on the NTEL network.
You can check your NTEL data balance using the step mentioned above. Also, when you are about to exhaust your data plan, NTEL may send a message to your email address that you have used up a certain percentage of your data. This is why you should use a correct email address while registering your NTEL sim to get updates like this and NTEL offers.
Will My NTEL Data Plan Rollover If I Don’t Exhaust It?
Unfortunately, NTEL does not roll over your data plan if you do not exhaust it before it expires. Once you have exhausted your NTEL data plan, you have to purchase another one.
How Can I check my NTEL Data Balance Expiry Date?
If you have an active data plan, simply login to myntel website to check your data plan expiry date.
I hope you have learnt how to check NTEL data balance on your phone or computer. You can check out my article on how to link your phone number to your NIN (including NTEL).