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ZOL rolls out Wibroniks to 28 new locations

ZOL, Wibroniks LTE SIM locations

Fresh off a price increase in both local currency and USD, ZOL has announced that it has extended its Wibroniks LTE service to 28 new locations.

Wibroniks is now available in:

LAPF HouseHarare – CBD
BanketBanket
BeatriceBeatrice
Chivhu MainChivhu
ChipingeChipinge
ChipukutuHarare- Damafalls
Nkwisi ParkHarare – Byo Road
Mvuma TownMvuma
Budiriro 5 ShopsHarare – Budiriro
Tshovani TownshipChiredzi
Chivhu 2Chivhu
GutuGutu
Ngezi TurfNgezi – Ngezi Turf
MkhosanaVicfalls -Mkhosana
Karoi 2Karoi
Mazowe 2Mazowe
LupaneLupane
Haben ParkGweru – Haben Park
Bindura HospitalBindura
BingaBinga
TsholotshoTsholotsho
GlendaleGlendale
MagunjeMagunje
Murehwa CentreMurewa
Pfupajena PrimaryChegutu
Eiffel Flats 2Kadoma – Eiffel Flats
MvurwiMvurwi
Chiwaridzo 2Bingdura – Chiwaridzo

This new service extension from ZOL adds to what is an already impressive list of locations in comparison to its competitors TelOne Blaze and Utande LTE.

Existing ZOL Wibroniks locations: Mt Pleasant Heights, Christon Bank, Caledonia, Mabvuku, Tafara, Manresa, Eastview, Workington, Southerton, Willowvale, Graniteside, St Martins, Sunningdale, Hatfield, Chitungwiza, Waterfalls, Dzivarasekwa, Dzivarasekwa extension, Warren Park, Kuwadzana, Mufakose, Budiriro, Highfields, Glenview, Waterfalls, Houghton Park, GlenNorah, Madokero, Tynwald, Zimre Park, Ruwa, Epworth, Westlea, Hatcliff, Charlotte Brooke, Crowhill, Southview, Damofalls, Solomio, Sunway City, Dawnview, CBD, Downtown, Avenues and Mbare

On TelOne end of things, there hasn’t been any word if the Blaze LTE lines are back on sale. And for Utande the service is still in its infancy however, the company is set to bring its LTE service to more locations in the near future.

Some locations have had capacity increased

In addition to Wibroniks being available in new locations, ZOL has also said they have increased capacity for some of the existing ones. This will allow infrastructure that was once congested to be able to accommodate more people.

Kambuzuma 6Harare – Kambuzuma
Zengeza 4Chitungwiza
Seke Unit FChitungwiza
Glen View MainHarare – Glen View
CABSHarare CBD
Club ChambersHarare CBD
KentuckyHarare – Hatfield
New Marimba ParkHarare – Kambuzuma
CheviotHarare – Waterfalls
Glenorah ChembiraHarare – Glenorah
MastonesHarare – High Field
Warren Park DHarare – Warren Park D
Murambi 2Mutare – Murambi
Beitbridge NRZBeitBridge CBD
Masvingo BSCMasvingo – Rodeen
Zimre Primary SchoolHarare – Ruwa
Dzivarasekwa 1Harare – Dzivarasekwa
Kuwadzana RoundaboutHarare – Kuwadzana
Ruwa Runyararo Primary SchoolHarare – Ruwa
Hogerty HillHarare – Hogerty Hill
Dulibadzimu 2BeitBridge -Dulibadzimu
RujekoMasvingo – Rujeko
Chelmscote MansionsHarare – Avenues
Budirio 5 CabsHarare – Budiriro
MagwegweBulawayo – magwegwe
FamonaBulawayo – Famona
FourWindsBulawayo – Four Winds
IngutsheniBulawayo – Ingutsheni
Kwekwe PolytechKwekwe – CBD
Mbizo 3Kwekwe – Mbizo 3
MkobaGweru – Mkoba
Nkulumane 3Bulawayo – Nkulumane

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24 thoughts on “ZOL rolls out Wibroniks to 28 new locations

  1. I know price increases are annoying, however, I don’t get as upset about Zols increases because they are investing in infrastructure and improving services. Kudos to them

    1. You but Zol LTE sim that is if your phone is original and lte compatible kwete lte yema Itel haiibati. You can connect and top up your data using zol connect. The speed is very fast cant complain.

    2. Zol is just a name, the service is unfathomably poor, i lost signal in 2019 ,jobs logged, but nothing happened. i even got threatened to submit to demands of updating confirmation on residential address. i feel like throwing up whenever I hear or see this name

  2. We also need these in locations such as hobhouse mutare where other existing operators are failing us by not giving us strong network for Internet even calling network is always bad there

  3. Zol zvunhu. Sofia akafa segudo hazvo. In terms of general affordability in relation to the exchange market behavior these guys are really giving us great deals to cost. Utande inumber 2, then avo veBlaze ndoachiri madofo mu race. Pamwe vachazoita zvirinani hameno.

    1. Tikacherera zvitambo zvedu Kwekweyo hamuzodzidambure here pamunenge muchichera matonera atakanzwa nembiri kuti azere potse nepasi pe road pose ikoko? Kana mukativimbisa kusaita izvozvo tokubayirai tambo zvese ne network yedu yapisa nemukurumbira iyi.

  4. Your nextwork is good but pinning a line to new line bars us from using zol opting for buddie which is expensive . Kwekwe CBD network can’t work in Mbizo just after Zimasco , that’s become a landline . What amaze me is that some old lines are being given services without any problem . Also your lines can’t world on techno , infinity , itel, even some brands they are selective.

  5. Down Lupane sounds sweet to my ears ,tipeiwo mabasa acho in those new areas kwete kuzovhura office mounza vanhu from Harare yet ma locals tiripo with same qualifications.

  6. Your lines are still Geo locked,why can’t you introduce extra combo to those who doesn’t want to be locked..Some of our jobs requires traveling tongoshandis when you’re in your city kuphela

  7. The Geolocking of the sim cards puts me off. Honestly I don’t see a reason why I should buy a sim for card that I can use anywhere I wanna go in my own country. I hope they relax these conditions otherwise for me it’s a big NO!

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