Econet Introduces Mobile Gaming For Android And iPhone Users

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe has introduced mobile gaming for its customers that have Android and iPhone smartphones. The games will be subscription based, with money subtracted from customers’ main airtime account. Subscription payments will be auto-renewed after the first subscription.

Said Econet general manager for marketing, Mellany Mariri:

We are pleased to announce this new phase in our rollout of subscription-based mobile games. The gaming platform will be available to 100,000 randomly selected customers over the next two weeks, with our full commercial launch targeted for the end of the month.

Over 2 000 games are available on the mobile gaming app, ranging from racing, sport, action, adventure, puzzles, strategy and much more.

The first three days are absolutely free. Thereafter, customers will be charged on an auto-renewal basis. Once subscribed to the package of their choice, customers become automatically registered for the VIP access, which entitles them to a guaranteed 20 percent discount on any in-app purchases they make.

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1 Comment

  1. al-black Reply

    Sorry but, does Zimbabwe need gaming crap? Gaming is and should remain a western world thing because people here have jobs and money to afford it whereas an average zimbabwean struggles to come by each day.

    Stop copying the first, you are still the third world.
    Prioritize on real education instead than capture the youth on technology that is of no benefit to them.

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