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3 comments on “PICTURE: ZESA’s Stepped Domestic Prepayment Tariff

  1. What Zesa don’t tell you is that these charges, the .41, the .91 and the 3.87 are actually USD$ and so they convert those numbers to ZWLS at the bank rate. (Pricing in USD$ is illegal, anyway). But non-customer friendly Zesa refuses to accept Eco Cash for some unknown reason. It just another show of non user-friendliness.

  2. This is craziness, what encouragement to use electricity sparingly? What does the cheaper 50 kilowatts cover in a homestead where thete is no water supply but the owner resolved to put a borehole. He pumps water which is s nessecity in his home and this alone uses more that 5pkw/ month. Then coooking, then gate motor, then ironing, then lighting etc. We are already in the read zone of thousands of dollars per month for consumption so basic and cannot be cut back. Its like zesa is now punishing us for living in a standard surbabian house, and just like the 2% fee on transsctions nobody cares about our plight. I HATE THIS COUNTRY

  3. It was touted that pre-paid was going to be far cheaper than post-paid because a meter reader was no longer involved. Zesa ‘ran out of prepaid meters’ then outsourced their purchase and Installation. If you compare a Zesa Bill and a prepaid receipt, you will notice that prepaid can cost you up to more than $650 than what your Zesa invoice costs.

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