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Dog-eat-dog affair in telecoms

The mobile telecommunications market in Zimbabwe is turning into a battle ring for the gladiators where the weak might find it difficult to survive as industry players remove all the stops in order to increase their market share.

Fact, myth about NetOne’s growth

Gerald Chesina - The fact that government continues to bail out State enterprises has exposed it to criticism that rather than bailing out its non-performing entities, it should instead sell them off and use the proceeds to fund capital…

NetOne ventures into radio

Leading mobile telecommunications operator, NetOne, has launched a unique data product that allows subscribers to listen to radio programmes instantly. The company’s acting chief executive Brian Mutandiro said the parastatal was on a…

NetOne launches Khuluma 24/7

State-owned mobile network operator NetOne has introduced a voice call bundle Khuluma 24 /7, which allows subscribers to make calls across networks at lower rates. As the name aptly captures the purpose, Khuluma 24 /7 is a pure voice call…

NetOne continues expansion drive

NetOne is continuing with its rapid expansion drive after it opened another shop in Chiredzi at the weekend. The company’s public relations manager John Nyashanu said his organisation was going to open more shops across the country as part…

Traffic slump bleeds telecoms

By Shame Makoshori Zimbabwe’s telecommunication firms wrestled with difficult cash flow problems in the weeks preceding a failed data tariff hike in January, after traffic from voice slumped by almost five percent to 924 million minutes in…

Econet loses 400 000 subscribers

Over 400 000 subscribers deserted Econet Wireless Zimbabwe between July and September last year, latest Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) statistics have indicated. Econet was the only one of a…

NetOne regularises licence fees

By Ndakaziva Majaka Zimbabwe's second largest mobile telecommunications company, NetOne, says it is working on strategies to complete its $137 million licence fee within the next decade. NetOne’s acting chief executive, Brian Mutandiro, on…