Tag: Internet

Tech Support scammers use WannaCry in tricks

Scammers have started using the WannaCry ransomware attacks to lure their victims, Action Fraud UK reports. They come purporting to be from Microsoft, then make you pay for free removal software. One person has already reported having lost £320 to the scammers. The window, that could not be closed, said the victim had been affected

Chrome will migrate you to 64-bit automatically

Google Chrome’s next update will move qualifying users to the 64-bit version automatically in the next update, 59. This applies to users who did not turn off auto updates. Machines that have more than 4 GB RAM and are running 64-bit versions of windows are the ones affected. Since no one really turns off the

Netone Internet Settings

Maybe you have been enticed by NetOne’s OneFusion and decided to switch. Currently, NetOne does not configure data settings automatically on users’ devices. One has to manually add the APN from the settings menu, which might be a daunting task for some. Read along for the access point and internet settings for netone. NetOne Access

Telecel introduces Night Shift bundles

Telecel Zimbabwe has introduced new data bundles, dubbed “Night shift bundles”. Data is offered for significantly lower prices. These bundles have a striking similarity to the recently phased out dream bundles from Econet Wireless. The Night Shift Data Bundles are usable from 10PM – 6am, and come in the following prices and amounts:

Internet Packages

According to those Born After Technology, the internet is at the base of the Hierarchy of needs. It is with this in mind that we have  decided to dedicate a certainly significant amount o effort to helping you make informed decisions concerned with internet package purchases. Thus, a dedicated column