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TelOne reaches 15,000 households with its fibre, eyes nationwide growth of over 50% by year end

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Zimbabwean fixed telecoms provider TelOne is now providing Fibre connections to 15,017 households throughout the country and has plans to grow this total to 25,000 households by the end of 2016.

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This information was shared during a tour of TelOne’s projects in Harare yesterday. TelOne launched its retail fibre services options in APRIL 2015 and judging from the information provided regarding its fibre presence, its growth strategy has been aided by aggregated introduction in clustered areas.

TelOne launched its retail fibre service in April 2015 and judging from the information provided regarding its fibre presence, its growth has been aided by an introduction in clustered areas through  some fibre to the flats projects and a focus on new real estate development areas.

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Areas covered this way include low to medium density neighbourhoods like Waterfalls, Hatfield, Zimre Park, Tynwald and Norton.

There is still a significant growth potential outside greater Harare, and TelOne has plans earmarked for Manicaland, Midlands and Matebeland. The operator plans to reach these areas through leveraged finance secured by its main shareholder, the government.


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6 thoughts on “TelOne reaches 15,000 households with its fibre, eyes nationwide growth of over 50% by year end

  1. Please can anyone verify if Telone Fibre is reliable? Coz their ADSL service is shocking. SLOW SLOW SLOW. Just like the Economy is. If you are not a tech person but who just likes to browse and have all day to do it then go for it or if you live out of Harare and Bulawayo and have no alternative to Internet as Mobile is just too expensive.

  2. Telone WIFI is the best in terms of speed, reliability and affordability. Just try it. Usasaririre

  3. How can they have fibre in Hatfield yet they dont have any in Hillside? or in Waterfall but not Houghton Park? I think their coverage is more that what you stated. These guys should visits these Tech bloggs and give comment!

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