In an interview with The Chronicle, TelOne Communications and Client Experience manager Melody Harry said that they are offering a reward of up to $1000 to members of the public who provide information on theft and vandalism of cables and equipment.
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The reward is paid instantly provided an arrest has been made, or the stolen cables having been recovered. People with information do not have to reveal their identity and can choose how they want the reward to be paid. Over $10 000 has been paid out as rewards and more than 20 copper cable criminals have been caught and sent to jail.
TelOne is one of the several Telecoms companies operating in the Zimbabwean telecommunications and technology industry. Its main core business revolves around voice, data and internet products and services. "TelOne owns a wide range of telecommunications equipment, varying from various exchanges located in strategic areas,... Read More About TelOne