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Econet has released new tariffs for calls, data and SMSs

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Following Telecel and NetOne, Econet has released new prices for out of bundle voice, data and SMS. These prices take effect from the fourth of August:

Dear Valued Customer


Please note our Voice, Data & SMS out of bundle tariffs as per regulatory approval effective 4 August 2020.

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Voice – ZWL$0.0722 per second

Data – ZWL$0.8668 per MB

SMS – ZWL$1.0980 per SMS


To access Voice & Data bundles, dial *143#
To access new SMS bundles, dial *140#

All prices are inclusive of taxes.

Econet Wireless

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  • How I "hate" that "per second" figure for calls. It's practically "dumb." I prefer the per minute figure though billing remains per second.

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    • So true, why put prices 'per second'.

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  • Econt is a RIP off, no wonder why they are in a fix

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    • But honestly if i give you 4 zwl right now, what else will u be able to buy? That tariff does not make sense, and you still expect them to continue investing in mobile infrastructure

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