Telecel has followed Econet in denying DStv settlements via mobile wallets. From March, Telecash won’t be making DStv payments. The dry spell of foreign currency has led to financial providers cutting down of external payments. The reserve bank is low on Nostro value, and it is the private institutions that suffers first. Now that even ZESA
NetOne has restored some of the monthly data bundles it removed last year. The bundles are months cheaper than the best data bundles you could get before. These changes bring with them Daily, Weekly and Monthly “Pure Data” and Social Media bundles. NetOne stopped offering daily bundles last year when POTRAZ cracked down on promotions.
One Fusion package has large amounts of data, but maybe you just want more? The NetOne data bundles are not much to look forward to, but here is the list for you to decide for yourself. NetOne One Fusion One Fusion is net one’s flagship product and they would rather you use this option. And
Telecel Data Bundles come in various options to suit your needs and wallet. You can choose from data only, social only, all the way to inclusive megachat bundles. Telecel Data Bundles Telecel is still offering the same data bundles they offered in 2013, and that is enough to say they are quite expensive. The bundles
Mobile data price has skyrocketed after the regulator instructed operators to review pricing. Read along to know how you can keep the costs of data on mobile low. The methods outline here are more focused on helping you change your browsing habits a little. If you follow them, you will still be able to do
It’s laid in stone now, data is now more expensive after Potraz ordered operators to hike the prices. Data bundles are now officially to expensive to be practical. I am not really going to focus on why you should use wifi. Instead, I am looking at using mobile data to access the internet. I will be using
POTRAZ has set new minimum price for mobile operators, that will result in a hike for some of the offerings. The change affects everything including promotions. The floor price indicates the least amount that can be charged for voice per minute, and data per megabyte. This effectively means, you are going to pay more. And
Telecel Daily Bundles have taken a hit, with Telecel reducing the amount of data offered for each purchase. Telecell now offers 150MB for a dollar, down from 300 megabytes. $2 now afford you only 500MB, down from a gigabyte. This makes them the operator offering the most expensive daily bundles. As expected, this did note
EcoCash will stop offering a service to pay your DStv account through their wallet. Another one bites the dust due to the lack of forex. Econet has issued a public notice is the herald indicating the DStv payment option is leaving on the first of January. Last month Econet introduced a monthly limit of $100
There have been many complaints in the few weeks Ecocash and ZESA got direct link. The complaints range from failed transactions to money lost. ZESA finally connected to EcoCash, after years of wondering why not. As usual enterprising Zimbabweans had filled the gap, at least in part. When EcoCash introduced their native solution, the nation rejoiced.