NetOne launched OneFusion and received praises and all. Fast forward 2 years later and the product is now nothing great. The unclear lackluster product offers nothing to convince the customers to spend their money. If they are going to regain the top spot, they have to go back to the drawing board. NetOne has lost
Econet Wireless’ YoMix custom data bundle is what Zimbabwe wants. The bundle allows a subscriber to customize the amount of data, voice and text they want to use. The validity of the bundles goes all the way to 30 days as well, depending on what you want. These bundles offer a complete package, akin to
Econet added Instagram Bundles to it’s social bundles mix. But I’m still not impressed. The bundle is available to purchase for $3 a month. This is a combo bundle, which also gives access to Facebook. Or rather, it’s a Facebook bundle with instagram access. Econet allocated Instagram 110MB of data in the bundle. On the
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
NetOne has nixed “The One” bundles, which had certainly struck the right cords with customers. These bundles, introduced the beginning of this month, offered generous amounts of data. The One bundles offered subscribers cheaper data rates. The subscriptions came in daily, weekly and monthly options. The daily bundles offered the most data for you dollar.