You might be worried if your smartphone support 4G LTE and I am here to show you how to know if your phone can accept the network or not.
The truth is many Smartphone users in Africa and Nigeria in particular are still using the 3G network which is now outdated in many developed countries of the world but as new phones now come with the 4G support in Africa, it's just a matter of time before it will take over. But before then, you should know how to check if your phone is in tandem with others because you wouldn't want to be left out.
So whether you are using Android phone, iPhone, Windows Phone or even a Blackberry device, you can check if that your mobile phone have support for 4G network right here. The steps are simple though and wouldn't take much of your time.
HOW TO KNOW IF YOUR MOBILE PHONE IS 4G LTE SUPPORTED
✔ For Android Users
Go to settings > Network settings > mobile network. You should see 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.
✔ For iPhone Users
On your iPhone device, go to Settings > General > cellular > Enable 4G LTE.
✔ For Windows Users
On your Windows Phone, go to Settings > Celluar + Sim > Highest connection speed and check if LTE is part of the options.
✔ For Blackberry Users
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.
HOW CAN I ACTIVATE THE 4G LTE?
Once you’ve seen the 4G network, simply select LTE and if the network is available in your location, the “LTE” symbol will appear on the phone status bar replacing either “3G”, “H” or “2G” symbols.