Starting this month, TelOne has doubled the amount of data on its capped ADSL packages, making their internet even cheaper for subscribers looking for home internet. The new rates are as follows:
|Package||Price/month||Old data cap||New data cap|
TelOne already had the cheapest fixed internet rates in Zimbabwe. So why make it even cheaper you ask? Apparently there was a billing system issue where customers could subscribe for the lowest priced package but somehow end up enjoying more data than they had bought. They could even get uncapped internet for just $15.
TelOne discovered and has since closed this hole and the result is that suddenly the unscrupulous fellows that had been taking advantage will find their unlimited internet reduced to just 2GB. Bumping this to 4GB is TelOne’s way of softening the blow so subscribers don’t get mad and churn.
Whatever the reason though, it’s great that access to the internet continues to get cheaper.
If you’re curious to see how this compares to the pricing offered by other providers, or are just looking for some internet and want to quickly compare packages, click here for a list of all internet service providers in Zimbabwe along with their internet packages.