These tariffs, effective from the 11th of January 2017 have effectively raised the cost of internet in Zimbabwe. They also mean some changes to WhatsApp and Facebook bundles, the two most popular broadband packages for local mobile network operators which have also gone up in price.
NetOne and Telecel are also set to raise their tariffs to match the same prices set by POTRAZ, it’s just that Econet was the first to make the changes.
Here’s the complete list of new tariffs as established by Techzim for standard data bundles as well as WhatsApp and Facebook bundles in the table below.
|Package||Data Allocation||Bonus Allocation(can only be accessed on Econet's WiFi hotspots)|
|Regular Data Bundles|
|50 cents||5 MB||5 MB|
|$1||10 MB||10 MB|
|$3||50 MB||50 MB|
|$5||125 MB||125 MB|
|$10||300 MB||300 MB|
|$20||750 MB||750 MB|
|$35||1.5 GB||1.5 GB|
|$50||2.5 GB||2.5 GB|
|Social Media Bundles (Facebook & WhatsApp combined)|
|50 cents||10 MB||10 MB|
|$1||30 MB||30 MB|
|$2.50||80 MB||80 MB|
|$5||170 MB||170 MB|
|$7.50||300 MB||300 MB|
|$10||450 MB||450 MB|
|$12||600 MB||600 MB|
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