In a move that will go a long way in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, the country' s biggest mobile operator, rec
Econet Wireless on Wednesday raised its data prices by 23 percent, as the Zimbabwe dollar continues its slide.The company said its voice tarif
Liquid Telecom today announced that from the 23rd of March, it will avail 20% to 50% of free additional bandwidth to their corporate customers in a mo
Harare City Council has approved the splashing of US$14 000 on four foreign trips between February 3 and March 13, at a time when residents face the p
This year has started on a different note in the data bundles world as many data service providers are relatively increasing tariffs. We are not even
NetOne customers are complaining over the 1GB hourly bundle introduced by NetOne last week saying the bundle is too expensive for just one hour.
State-owned mobile telecommunications firm, NetOne has introduced a latest data bundle package as part of its efforts to cushion its subscribers in th
Members of Parliament yesterday said telecommunication companies (telcos) must give free data access to schools in marginalised areas as part of commu
ECONET Wireless - Zimbabwe's largest mobile operator - has reviewed its data and SMS (Short Message Service) tariffs upwards by an average of 25 perce
CONSUMERS have raised concern over the high data prices in Zimbabwe saying most people including the working class can no longer afford to buy data bu
ZOL has increased its RTGS dollar prices again. ZOL which has always been one of the most expensive internet options on the market is set to retain it
THE National Assembly has summoned Information Communication Technology, Postal and Courier Services minister Kazembe Kazembe to come to Parliament to
Just yesterday NetOne announced that they will be reviewing their data and SMS tariffs effect from today. Like the fuel prices and basic commodities,
It took a long time coming, but its finally here! Have you ever wanted to use your airtime for something else but before you know your smartphone quic
Zimbabwe now ranks third amongst the lowest priced data tariffs in Africa, while on revenue generation, the telecommunication sector keeps crumbling.
Zimbabwe's largest mobile network by subscriber base, Econet has increased its data tariffs for the second time in a month, piling pressure on the con