State-owned fixed telecommunications network operator TelOne is set to hike tariffs on the 27th of March in response to the RBZ’s latest Monetary Policy Statement.
While the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (POTRAZ), the regulator, has summoned privately-owned Zol Zimbabwe for questioning over their own data tariff hike, TelOne has done the same.
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TeOne has decided to raise International Call Tariffs-for now. The tariffs below are set to become effective from the 27th of March 2019.
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
ZOL is one of the biggest internet service providers in Zimbabwe with a growing coverage base which includes most of the country's major cities such as Harare and Bulawayo. The company provides fibre, VSAT and wireless Internet services to a large range of clients from... Read More About ZOL Zimbabwe
The Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe POTRAZ) is the regulatory authority of Zimbabwe's telecommunications sector and was established in terms of the country's Postal and Telecommunications Act Chapter 12:05. POTRAZ was established in February 2001 Read More About POTRAZ