Brian Mutandiro, the CEO of NetOne
Earlier tonight local mobile network operator NetOne launched its new integrated prepaid package called OneFusion.
The service gives subscribers a comprehensive plan that has bundles for on-net and off net minutes, data, SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter bundles and international minutes (for some of the plans).
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|Bundles||OneFusion 5||OneFusion 10||OneFusion 20||OneFusion 50||OneFusion 100||OneFusion 150||OneFusion 200|
|On Net Minutes||60||130||300||750||1875||2813||4688|
|Off Net Minutes||18||40||100||250||625||938||1563|
|WhatsApp Monthly||700 MB||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited|
|Facebook Monthly||900 MB||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited||Unlimited|
Please note that the OneFusion packages were updated. See this new article for the latest bundles packages.
It is available for all NetOne prepaid subscribers and will run parallel with other NetOne packages under the EasyCall banner. It can be accessed by dialing *400# and the plans range from $5 to a $200 package.
It also comes with loyalty cards whose points can be redeemed in the form of discounts at partnering organizations like African Sun, Chicken Slice, Edgars, Air Zimbabwe, Pablo’z, News Cafe Pick n Pay, and Engen.
According to the NetOne, OneFusion is meant to provide subscribers with a way of controlling their spend on communication by using an all-in-one service that can cater for all their needs.
The CEO of NetOne, Brian Mutandiro spoke briefly of the operator’s plans to rise to the top of local mobile telecoms in 2 years with the OneFusion package ushering in a new era at NetOne.