For a while now, Nigerians have yearned for the 4G network. Their yearnings are currently over, with the emergence of various 4G services now easily accessible. MTN, GLO, NTEL are just a few of the service providers dishing the all new 4G.
But then, a major question abound. Is your smartphone 4G enabled or not.
How Do I know That My Mobile is 4G Supported?
With 4G mobile networks in mind, it’s easy to know if your smartphone supports the standard. On Android smartphones, Blackberry, iPhones and Windows mobile devices.
FOR ANDROID PHONES
For Android Users, go to settings >> Network settings >> mobile network. It should give you a dropdown menu of mobile standards such as 2G, 3G or LTE (4G). If you don’t see 4G or LTE, then your smartphone doesn’t support the standard.
On the iPhone, go to Settings > General > cellular > Enable 4G LTE.
On Windows Phone, go to Settings > Celluar + Sim > Highest connection speed and check if LTE is part of the options.
Go to settings>>Network and Connection>>Mobile Network>> Network mode and you’ll see 4G&3G&2G. however, if you are using Blackberry Q5 and below, you won’t get 4G network services.
Once you’ve selected LTE and you’ve on a 4G network, the “LTE” symbol will appear on the phone status bar replacing either “3G”, “H” or “2G” symbols.
Go on now and check if your smartphone is enabled.