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The name of the exam is also the name of the credential, AFAIK: thus if you take and pass the A+ or Network+ exam, you'd call yourself A+ or Network+ certified. The CompTIA isn't really necessary, but if you feel it helps to clarify the credential's origin, there's no harm in mentioning it. And the credential about which you ask in particular is definitely Network+, not CCNT.
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