Econet has come up with something exciting this afternoon for its Elevate signees. Econet customers signed up on Elevate are now able to create their own bundle. In other words, you can choose how much you want to spend on your Calls, Data, SMS, WhatsApp, Facebook etc. Essentially you are creating your own custom-made bundle. How’s that? This is all done through the new Econet YoMix app.
More about creating your own bundle
Normally (and previously) Econet just dictated how much data and what type of data you get, the expiration period of a bundle, the number of SMSs you get for certain amount and the number of calling minutes. But with this new service you are able to carefully design/create depending on how much money you can spare and your own preferred usage. Thus you are able to choose the type and the amount of data you want, number of SMS’s and calling minutes you want and expiration period etc.
For instance, you can now create a single daily bundle that you can use on WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook, SMSs and voice calling. Typically if you wanted all these (WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook, SMSs and voice calling) as daily bundles you had to probably buy $5 worth of airtime subscribing to have the daily bundles of every service. Which is (was) quite costly. But thats changed with YoMix, you are able to buy all for just a dollar, depending on how you have designed your own bundle.
However if you dont want to crack your heard trying to design your bundle, you can just stick to what you already do and buy the standard (dictated) Econet bundles.
How to (almost) get started to start creating your own bundle
If you weren’t already registered for Elevate, you can register for Elevate and download the Econet YoMix app on Google Playstore. After registration and downloading the app, you then log in and start designing your bundle. Tune in the next article where I will break down the whole process of creating your custom-made bundle and more info about this new service. At the moment just take a look at the following pictures to get a rough pictorial idea of what im saying;