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
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
Econet and NetOne recently introduced new voice promotions meant to increase customer value. Well, to try and resuscitate falling voice revenues rather. Econet has introduce a 7x promo, and NetOne has tweaked its dollar a day. Telecel, on the other hand, has remained dormant as usual. Econet has introduced a 7X promotion, which of benefits
Telecel Zimbabwe has introduced Daily Bundles to its data offering. The operator had been quite dormant in the data market, being the last operator to offer such. The bundles are the cheapest, and rival the position that had been taken by NetOne. Also offered are new night shift bundles. Mega chat bundles are also offered.
Telecel broadband is one of the most used internet access points, being from a mobile network operator. To access the network, we need the settings. Telecel is capable of pushing these settings to a device automatically, but that is not always the case. In those situations, we find ourselves having to set up the device
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:
This post brings the USSD codes that are in use by Telecel. This list includes the codes that are used for balance inquiry, recharging as well as other lesser known services like Notify me when reachable, which comes in quite handy especially in these days of no ZESA and big screened phones. The table below
Unstructured Supplementary Service Data codes, USSD codes, are used to access network services. With the number of services offered, they are hard to remember. To add on, with the everyone owning a SIM card for all the network operators and hoping from promotion to promotion in search for affordable rates, the list grows even longer.