State-Owned mobile operator, NetOne, owes an external debt of US$300 million to foreign Institutions, and a local debt of US$74 million, NetOne CEO La
Econet Wireless CEO Douglas Mboweni has shut down all hopes for data bundle transfer and roll over, TechnoMag reported.Speaking to the ICT Por
Telecel Zimbabwe has not paid its licence instalment in part settlement of the $137,5 million regulatory requirements for renewal of its Operating lic
Telecel, Zimbabwe's third largest mobile operator by subscribers appears to be in dire straits as it continues to sing the blues. According to the sec
ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe (EWZ) Limited will soon invest amounts running into several millions in a core network project to replace obsolete equipment
NetOne has managed to bring up 24 out of its 27 base stations in Chimanimani and Chipinge that were destroyed by Cyclone Idai. In an interview
The State is seeking to petition the High Court for a rescission of the judgment acquitting former minister Supa Mandiwanzira of criminal abuse of off
BULAWAYO deputy Mayor Tinashe Kambarami has been fined $50 for sending abusive messages on a WhatsApp platform. The fine follows a 2018 case w
As reality strikes, it seems all telecommunication players have moved away from the local savings value, re-adjusting prices to the USD component anno
State-Owned Telecommunications Operator, NetOne has registered a 5.2% increase in the total number of active mobile subscriptions from 3,097,077 to 3,
NetOne has partnered Zimbabwe Women's Bank (Private) Limited to introduce new collateral-free loans for OneMoney customers dubbed KaTsaona.One
The current request by Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) to heavily increase their tariffs as at 1 April 2019 using the current trading rate may appear
THE country's biggest cellular network, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, has increased tariffs for local voice calls to as high as RTGS$2,24 per minute.
LEADING mobile telecoms operator, Econet Wireless has increased mobile call tariffs to 21 cents (($0.21257) per minute, up from around 16 cents while
Zimbabwean mobile network operators (MNOs) are up in arms with the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) over the IC
The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on ICT yesterday had a familiarization tour of NetOne to get an appreciation of how the company operates.