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NetOne increasing both bundle and voice tariffs again, get used to it

Zimbabwean telecoms, African telecoms, NetOne Zimbabwe, SIM Cards

NetOne announced on social media that they will be hiking bundle and headline tariffs tomorrow, the 30th of November 2021. This is what happens when prices are pegged in a currency that is fast losing value. As we vent our anger, it is important to remember that NetOne is not to blame for this.

Public Notice

Review of Tariffs

Please be advised that our bundle and headline tariffs will be reviewed with effect from 30 November 2021.

To view all new tariffs please dial *171# from the 30th of November.

NetOne on Twitter

It was just last month when bundle tariffs were reviewed up and consumers are feeling it. One Twitter user summed it up:

You’ve been notified. Plan accordingly.


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10 thoughts on “NetOne increasing both bundle and voice tariffs again, get used to it

  1. Oh yes, another “tariff review”, which everyone knows means “INCREASE”. Not surprising, but then you can’t expect anything else in this country now, any we all know why!

  2. Oh happy days! We now in the monthly price increases part of the death spiral of the economy, the new twist is we have a finance minister telling the country sweet lies about how good things are. Maybe he will shows us his new big surplus?

  3. We are tired of being tired of sounding like a broken record everytime prices are “reviewed”. The taxman needs to clean his lenses bcos he long lost sight. But then again kune asina kupedza basic EDucation arikumuwudzira. Zim is now known for the wrong reasons in the memes section

  4. Zvaana Droid VPN hazvichashande Kasi?… Or the community is still going strong, I was revisiting the articles today… Haaa what a show in 2020 😅😅😅

  5. All over the globe, the price of the internet is reducing and speeds increasing. In other countries, you can get 1Gbps internet for 20 USD a month, unlimited, unshaped, and unthrottled. Only in speed does the price of the internet continue to increase never mind the fact that speeds have not been updated for more than 5 years. The ISPs cry about infrastructure costs, meanwhile Elon Musk has the largest infrastructure cost but is able to provide internet across the world at a cheap price. I can only imagine if local ISPs owned Starlink, how much it will cost per MB, probably they would be WhatsApp bundles on it since our internet revolves around Whastapp. What is happening is similar to a few years back when SIM cards where sold for the price of cows, the ISP only realized later that there was more value in getting people connected e.g ecocash , onemoney or telecash. but inorder to do that they had to reduce the sim cards. Now years later ISPs still think that profit needs to be made of internet, but the truth is that they can make more money offering service. Local ISPs should take notes from other countries and try to push services and not limit the clients the ability to use those services

    1. Internet in some countries is very cheap and in Zimbabwe i think they still think that internet is for the elite. They are not walking around seeing children doing home works at free internet sights. The government introduced CALA to schools and most of the thing need the internet to research and yet they approve the internet to be expensive. They are not looking at the big picture what about the kid that is 8n the rural that is finding it hard to get a meal everyday, does.it.mean that that child is not important to access the internet and yet you want Zim to be on the digital edge when they are moving things backward.
      We do not need to have children sitting on free hotspot areas doing homework because their parents are not able to get cheap internet.

  6. Whenever Telecel announces that there will be a Tariff review, their Network immediately starts to have problems. You wont be able to purchase any data, I hope Netone doesn’t do that

  7. Internet in some countries is very cheap and in Zimbabwe i think they still think that internet is for the elite. They are not walking around seeing children doing home works at free internet sights. The government introduced CALA to schools and most of the thing need the internet to research and yet they approve the internet to be expensive. They are not looking at the big picture what about the kid that is 8n the rural that is finding it hard to get a meal everyday, does.it.mean that that child is not important to access the internet and yet you want Zim to be on the digital edge when they are moving things backward.
    We do not need to have children sitting on free hotspot areas doing homework because their parents are not able to get cheap internet.

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