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Netone Releases New Tariffs For Data Bundles (November)

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Netone has this morning released new tariffs for its data bundles. The new tariffs have increased the minimum amount of money one has to spend to get on the internet with data bundles from $1 to $2 (for 11MB). Here are the new prices:

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Daily data bundle

11MB – $2

20MB – $3

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40MB – $5

100MB – $10

250MB – $20

600MB – $30

1200MB – $50

Weekly data bundle

25MB – $4

55MB – $5

150MB – $20

350MB – $40

700MB – $75

Monthly data bundle

275MB – $40

700MB – $100

1.2GB – $150

2.2GB – $250

4GB – $400

Also read: Here’s How You Can Buy Netone & Telecel Airtime Using EcoCash On WhatsApp


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  • I notice that the data bundles are now similar to econet especially the higher daily data bundles. Hapasina advantage for me over econet.

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  • It's better l stick to my Zol, l buy 15gig for $156 which last for 2 months

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