TelOne Announces New Broadband Tariffs Coming Into Effect In November

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TelOne

TelOne –like ZOL– is revising their broadband packages this coming month. It seems all players in the industry from mobile providers to residential and office providers have decided to change their packages in one go.

TelOne’s residential packages are now priced as follows:

Package DataPrice
Home Basic 10GB$176
Home Extra15GB$188
Home Basic Night20GB$222
Home Plus30GB$292
Home Plus Night60GB$375
Home Premier60GB$491
Home Premier Night120GB$632
Infinity Pro500GB$1039
IntenseUnlimited$1401

SME broadband packages are nor priced as follows:

Package DataPrice
Infinity SupremeUnlimited$1752
Infinity ExtraUnlimited$2335

Finally, public wifi pricing is also getting price adjustments:

Package DataPrice
Infinity SupremeUnlimited$1752
Infinity ExtraUnlimited$2335

18 comments

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  1. loaded

    It’s the way to go ๐Ÿ‘ ๐Ÿ‘ in this economy for real

  2. Anonymous

    I’ve read a few of “loaded” comments. .. a troll! I dislike selfish people!

  3. Morpheus

    Any idea on the exact date this price hike is coming into effect so that we top up just before

    1. Anony

      November 1

      1. Anonymous

        hie thanks but i am now hearing its actually 6 November from the telone tech support

  4. Anonymous

    So basically Govt run are working on the black market rate & hypo Inflation and not the scamming fixed bank rates? Such a bunch of hypocrites.

  5. Ajigi – Jah

    It’s funny when you hear the government threatening private business with unspecified action for “wantonly hiking prices” without justification and you wonder whether this is the signal to adjust prices.

  6. Joe

    More crazier than ZOL

  7. sparks

    Shooting yourselves in the foot Telone, you cannot compete with ZOL on Fibre Technology with ADSL technology, the only thing you had going was price, we re now forced to get our old ZOL modems out.

  8. Freedom Fighter

    South Africa’s Telone (Telkom) ha 10Mbps unlimited ADSL for R500, even using black market rates ZWL1400 is insane for at most 5Mbps ADSL, i hope they come to their sense

    1. Anon

      Business operating environments vary so they should do so im not in support but thats how things should since the inflation rate is increasing each and every day

  9. ZeroIndependence

    This started with ZESA and we just stood aloof. The tendency of craziness has grown generally tooo big in Zim. Its too late to reverse the wave now.

  10. Anonymous

    Ahhhh nai telone

    1. Interest

      For those telone haters…. Dust out your Zol modems…. So you pay more… Lol
      While no one wants a price increase… Telone has good service I’ve used both adsl 5yrs and now fibre 6 months… He modem as well

  11. Anonymous

    ,,the new price list will come into effect on 6 November 2019

  12. Anonymous

    Where do they think people will fork out money from? Absolute crazy peole.

  13. TD

    I was expecting an increase but this one,โ˜นโ˜นโ˜น

  14. Lovemore

    i love telone 100%