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ZOL Adjust Wibroniks Prices

ZOL, Wibroniks LTE SIM locations, package prices

ZOL has announced a price hike for Wibroniks customers coming into effect on the 21st of April;

5GB15 days + 15 days rollover$244
10GB30 days + 30 days rollover$331
15GB30 days + 30 days rollover$418
20GB30 days + 30 days rollover$470
25GB30 days + 30 days rollover$574
30GB30 days + 30 days rollover$696
60GB30 days + 30 days rollover$1,044
100GB30 days + 30 days rollover$1,392
Package NameData$
Wibroniks UnlimitedUnlimited$2,070

ZOL urges all unlimited subscribers to “only make payments after receiving the invoices that will be sent out”. This means if you’re on an uncapped package and you wanted to renew your subscription in advance – that’s not allowed.

It’s worth remembering that ZOL hiked these prices less than a month ago – last increase was announced on the 18th of March.

How will consumers not going to work react?

Considering that most consumers of home internet services are not going to work at the moment due to the lockdown it will be interesting to see if those same users will continue to pay for their internet connection in such uncertain times.

If the lockdown is extended beyond April 20 that might force the hand of consumers to sacrifice some luxuries and it will be interesting to see if home internet is one of those luxuries.

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10 thoughts on “ZOL Adjust Wibroniks Prices

  1. What about those of us who paid a full month for April just before the lockdown was announced? Yet we have not used a single bit of data as we couldn’t go to work. Will ZOL give us a credit? I doubt it!

    1. And the practice of expiring your subscription is also not ethical.

      Their days of doing that are numbered

  2. This product will be forgone by many at this rate. Why not increase your uptake, move volumes not the price? Now is not the time to be taking advantage of the already locked down and distressed pockets. Customers are very price sensitive in the current situation. Have mercy.

    1. To be honest, ZOL should actually be increasing the price as the product is oversubscribed with rubbish speeds as a result of congestion. Increasing the price reduces the number of people using the service without hurting revenue.

  3. How can they increase charges for a service they are not giving. Wibroniks internet service cannot even send a WhatsApp message during the day. They are taking advantage of consumers during this lockdown.

  4. This should be the time when they relax prices to encourage staying at home! C’mon Strive! Where’s your head?

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