TelOne slashes its fibre internet prices, offers 20 GB for $23

TelOne Zimbabwe, FTTH

Local fixed internet provider TelOne Zimbabwe has adjusted its residential fibre packages unveiling a new lineup that now has the cheapest fibre to the home offer on the market.

Its entry level package, the TelOne Fibre Starter package which was previously priced at $36 is now set at $23 and offers 20 GB of data with download speeds of up to 5 Mbps. There’s also a $70 Boost package with 60 GB of data (speeds are up to 10 Mbps).

The other 2 Fibre to the Home packages offer subscribers unlimited data. The $120 Intense offers speeds of up to 20 Mbps and the  $200 Intense Extra has speeds of up to 50 Mbps.


The cost of internet access in Zimbabwe has always been a sore point for subscribers and any reduction is always a welcome development. Such adjustments not only increase the amount of data offered but also have the potential of triggering a wave of reductions from competing service providers.

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