State-owned mobile operator (MNO), NetOne has followed Econet Zimbabwe and Telecel Zimbabwe in hiking call tariffs with effect from 1 April 2019.
Local NetOne calls during peak and off-peak hours will now cost $0,2199 for both NetOne to NetOne (On-net) and NetOne to other Networks (Off-net).
- UPDATED: Econet To Raise Tariffs, Calls Will Cost $2.28 Per Minute
- Telecel Hikes Tariffs, Calls Will Cost 22 Cents Per Minute
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Telecel Zimbabwe is a telecommunications services provider with most of its services in the mobile cellular network services. The company is owned jointly by the Empowerment Corporation (40%) and Vimpelcom (60%), one of the largest telecoms companies in the world. In Zimbabwe, Telecel is the... Read More About Telecel