Vodacom plans to turn off its 2G network in five years, although there are a number of challenges to overcome before this can be accomplished.
STATE owned mobile network operator, NetOne's revenue market share grew by 1.1% at a time when the company has managed to recover from a loss position
THE battle for shares in Telecel Zimbabwe (Private) Limited between a war veterans organisation Magamba Echimurenga Housing Trust and businessman Jame
STATE-OWNED mobile network provider NetOne increased its mobile revenues by 1,1 percent in the second quarter to June 2019, latest industry figures sh
POSTAL and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) says mobile operators experienced an increase in volume and value of mobile mo
The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) said it is advocating stiffer penalties for vandals, NewsDay reported.
Operational costs for Internet Access Providers (IAPs) in Zimbabwe went up to $111 million in the first four months of 2019 compared to $60million rec
Potraz has pleaded with the government to slash taxation on the telecommunications sector to ensure digital inclusion.Potraz Director General
ICT Minister Kazembe Kazembe says the country requires 350 additional base stations to attain 100% mobile network coverage.Currently, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean operators have tightened security at their base stations amid rising numbers of cases of theft, vandalism, robberies and assaults on person
Lazarus Muchenje's interview with Trevor Ncube more interesting tidbits of information continue to come out. The CEO shared that over the past two mon
Zimbabwe's largest mobile network operator, Econet, yesterday increased tariffs for all its data packages. The data and social media price shi
NetOne launched the Mnene Base Station yesterday in Mberengwa North in a bid to bridge the digital divide.Speaking during the commission of th
Today NetOne reviewed their data tariffs, and below is the comparison between NetOne and Econet. However, this excludes Telecel as they are still usin
Mobile telephone subscribers are up in arms with service providers following the latest adjustment in data and voice tariffs, with the majority accusi
Zimbabwe now ranks 3rd amongst the lowest priced data tariffs in Africa, but unfortunately millions can no longer afford this service due to the weake