“Technology is best when it brings people together.”
And what’s better at bringing people together than the technology of the internet?
Over the past few decades, the growth speed of this network has been tremendous, especially when it comes to the wireless genre. Seit the dawn of the wireless generation, there has never been a decade without a new invention or service being developed.
Internet Data services were the first, followed by WiFi, and then mobile data. There was 1G, the god awful speed in Mobile Data, then the speed and reliability kept on going up. Now, we have widespread access to 4G cell service.
Although technically the best option is 5G, since it’s not widely used, there is still a question mark in its practical aspect.
Today, we’ll focus on 4G technology. Activating 4G in NTC is an important topic, but before we get to that, let’s go over some basics.
Exactly what is 4G?
In the wireless data revolution, 4G, otherwise known as LTE (Long-Term Evolution), is the fourth generation of mobile data. It is the next technology generated from mobile broadband networks after 3G.
You can think of it as a fancy way of saying “the fourth generation of Internet Data”. Compared to a 3G network, this service has a high download speed as well as a large bandwidth, so you can see and download HD videos with minimal interference.
Recall those days when 4G first made its debut? We used to believe that 4G signals interfered with our brain waves and were harmful. Silly, I know.
Surprisingly, the situation is the same today with 5G, but although that fear is utter nonsense, 4G also has drawbacks. We will dig a bit deeper into these advantages and disadvantages now.
Advantages and Disadvantages of 4G Cell Service.
It is fast and has a lot of bandwidth.
Advantages of 4G
- It is 10 times faster than 3G
- More Applications can be used on mobile devices
- Faster or real-time sharing of large files
- Ability to support application that requires high-speed internet collection
- Improved Convenience
- High security
However, it also has some drawbacks.
Disadvantages of 4G
- You are forced to buy new technology that is compatible with 4G
- Requires New components for cell towers
- Higher data prices
- Incompatible with older devices
- Variable bandwidth depending on the device
- Expensive and hard to implement
You’ve probably noticed that 4G has its own set of drawbacks, mainly related to having to upgrade devices and components. In developed countries, this may not be an issue, but in developing countries like ours, it is a problem. In fact, a lot of people still use 3G networks to this day for the same reason.
Therefore, we can conclude that all cellular devices are not 4G capable. Nevertheless, even in devices that are capable of supporting 4G, the service mode must be changed.
Change the service mode to 4G on Devices
On most devices, 3G is the default cell service mode. In order to use the 4G network service, you must know how to enable 4G cell services on your mobile phone. The only problem with this is that people have different types of mobile phones that run on different types of software. To classify them, there are two major categories:
- Android OS
Despite subtle differences from one mobile device to another, the basic steps of enabling 4G remain the same. The following are the basic steps of activating 4G cell services on both of these services.
Enabling 4G Services.
Enabling 4G on Android
- Go to Settings
- Go to Mobile Networks
- Tap on Preferred Network Type
- Select 4G/LTE from the option of 2G/3G/4G
Enabling 4G on IOS
- Go To settings
- Tap on Cellular
- Go to Cellular Data Services
- Tap on Voice and Data
- Select LTE
Upon completion of these steps, you will be able to use 4G cell services on your mobile – provided that your SIM has been enabled for 4G.
How to Activate 4G on NTC?
The NTC 4G rate can be a bit more expensive than Smart or Ncell 4G at first because it consumes a lot more data than the others. And we must also agree that NTC can be a bit slower than the other two. However, if you are looking for a long-term relationship with 4G we suggest you go for NTC because the extra data consumed by the other cell makes up for that extra cost in NTC. In addition, it applies to all the Gs of mobile data on these cell services, not only 4G.
While we’re not comparing them, one side has the advantage of speed while the other has affordability. To activate 4G cell service on NTC.
Call to activation
Type 1 and send it
As soon as you do this, NTC will activate 4G.
The process of activating NTC 4G is surprisingly straightforward. The concept is simple, but deciding when and how to activate 4G can be difficult. Our recommendation is to not activate it if it’s not required.
NTC’s 4G service is more expensive than 3G, and if you don’t frequently watch streams and videos, you don’t need it. However, if you do these things along with heavy data transfer, then activating 4G on NTC is worth the extra money.
Thank you for reading this. I hope it was helpful to you. We would love to hear your suggestions below in the comments. As always, thank you for taking the time to read this far.