Categories: Telecommunications

TelOne is blacklisting subscribers with outstanding phone bills

Share

TelOne announced in a statement that they would be blacklisting companies and individuals who haven’t paid their outstanding bills. The statement reads as follows:

So far, 48000 people have been blacklisted.
Don’t be the next one!


Pay your outstanding telephone bill today.

advertisement

We have so far blacklisted 48 000 individuals and companies who did not heed our warning to settle their outstanding telephone bills. If you have not paid off your TelOne phone bill, avoid being backlisted by making your payment to TelOne right away.

No further warnings will be issued

If you are blacklisted, you will not be able to open a bank account, access loans, or get credit approved for clothing or furniture amongst many other inconveniences that come with a bad credit rating,
Settle your bill immediately at any TelOne Service Centre or online through ourTelPay facility.

TelOne Voice

Quick internet and voice recharge

You're buying for using Is that correct?

If anything goes wrong, click here to enter your query.


Quick NetOne, Telecel, Africom, And Econet Airtime Recharge

If anything goes wrong, chat with us using the chat feature at the bottom right of this screen

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Published by
Staff Writer

Recent Posts

Why you should consider starting your own podcast & what you’ll need to get the ball rolling

Podcasts are among my favourite forms of entertainment. They often fill in the gaps when…

October 30, 2020

SABC wants Netflix users to pay a TV licence because regulation is outdated

When we wrote about SABC's upcoming streaming service we touched on the fact that SABC…

October 30, 2020

Poor service delivery highlighted by SIVIO Institute local governance tracker

A couple of years ago SIVIO Institute launched ZimCitizensWatch which is a tool that tracks…

October 30, 2020

This Zim company is using blockchain tech to prevent use of fake vaccination certificates

At the main bus terminus in Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital, travellers heading to neighbouring Zambia can…

October 30, 2020

Meet Sika, the app to dial a barber or hairdresser from your home

Alistair Holmes spent a few months at home during that lockdown that left everyone who…

October 30, 2020

Upgrading to Android 11 will break your favourite apps

Google engineers are sometimes like your mother cleaning your room unsolicited. You swear you left…

October 30, 2020