Mobile money company Ecocash has raised the minimum amount for purchasing Zesa prepaid tokens to $10. This is five times the previous minimum of $2. Ecocash said the move had been necessitated by the move to improve system efficiency. This comes after customers have complained of facing huge problems in purchasing the tokens in recent days.
In a notice, EcoCash said,
The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company electricity token system on EcoCash is now working. Customers are now able to buy ZESA tokens via EcoCash.
The minimum value you can buy your ZESA token on EcoCash has been increased to $10 to improve system efficiency.
We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience caused and we will keep you informed of any further developments.
Zesa Says Minimum Purchase Of $10 Only Applies When Using Ecocash, You Can Still Buy $2 Tokens Elsewhere
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