Zimbabwe approves 61% telecoms tariff increase
Consumers brace for massive spike in internet costs as Postal & Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) gives the go-ahead.Stanley Karombo
Operational constraints threaten to choke Zimbabwe’s TelOne
Company unable to secure a tariff review, amid hyper-inflationary environment and ongoing battle with theft, vandalism.
Zimbabwe’s TelOne forced to fork out as vandalism disrupts service
Deliberate damage to infrastructure is piling on fiscal pressure for the company in the form of equipment replacement costs, client compensation and extra funds.
Zimbabwe’s loss- making state-owned telcos face uncertain future
Auditor General report underlines crisis enveloping PowerTel Communications and TelOne.
Zimbabwe’s TelOne suspends data rollover
Company attributed this to “the unremitting failures on the host platform which has been affecting overall service offering and quality.”
TelOne gets the edge it needs with latest alliance
Bangalore-based Tejas Networks contracted to construct a 100Gbps fibre network.
Zimbabwe’s TelOne launches Impact Learning
Platform has been in the works for years, but pandemic and escalation of online learning has expedited the process.
Zimbabwe: telcos directed to adjust tariffs
Industry regulator approves and directs dual pricing.
Zimbabwe telcos link up on COVID-19 hotline
State-owned NetOne and TelONe confirm contributions.
Data keeps TelOne’s revenue stream flowing
Zimbabwe telco reports marked increase of data and internet service revenue amid Coronavirus.
Apathy killing off interest in govt datacentres
Experts highlight lack of infrastructure, mistrust and skilled employees.
Zimbabwe launches first computer plant
Project is a joint venture between TelOne and Chinese firm Inspur.