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You can now buy ZESA tokens online on Techzim Market!

Zimbabwean electricity, prepaiid meters

A number of Techzim Community members have been asking if they could buy ZESA tokens using the Techzim Market. Electricity is one of those that we can’t do without and the more ways that are available to purchase it the better.

In light of this, we are happy to say, you can now buy ZESA Tokens online through Techzim Market on web! And here are the steps to do it:

  • Enter your meter number
  • The amount you want to pay
  • Your WhatsApp number (So we can notify if anything goes wrong)
  • EcoCash number
  • Click “buy”

After you click “buy”, check your EcoCash phone and confirm your transaction by entering your PIN and that’s it!


Click the link below to get started:

Buy ZESA tokens

Before you make your purchase, you might want to check out Techzim’s ZESA calculator to see just how many units you will get:

ZESA Calculator

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Comments 3

2 months ago

KwH: 42.5
Energy: $47.17
Debt: $0.00
REA: $2.83
VAT: $0.00
Amt: $50.00
01/10/20 01:14

Just purchased my first $50 of the month , and the tariff is nothing like you saying. Only got 47Kwh for $50. Am I missing something

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    2 months ago

    By the way I purchased using zimpayments not your platform. My point is on the tarrifs. Using the 0.74$ tarrif band for first 50Kwh I should have at least 50Kwh. Someone balance me

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2 months ago


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