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Zim Govt. to buy Telecel Zimbabwe

According to a report via financialgazette.co.zw, the Zimbabwean government is set to buy the entire shareholding of Telecel Zimbabwe as it moves to increase its influence in the telecommunications sector. ICT, Postal and Courier Services minister Supa Mandiwanzira told state...

Govt. orders Telecel to stop operating in Zimbabwe

According to a report by zbc.co.zw, Government has directed mobile phone operator, Telecel Zimbabwe to stop operating within Zimbabwe. According to the report, the company has no license to operate and does not comply with the country’s laws. According to...

Zimbabwe: ICT ministry cancels Telecel Licence

The Zimbabwean ICT ministry has effectively cancelled Telecel's operating licence. The move by the official was due to the mobile operator's alleged failure to settle its outstanding debt. The debt incurred, according to Nehan Radio, is currently at USD...

Telecel introduces telecash gold card

Telecel Zimbabwe has launched telecash gold card. The card is essentially a debit card that can be used to pay for goods and services at any ZimSwitch POS (Point of Sale) points across the country. The reveal was announced at...

Telecel Zimbabwe moves into mobile money market

Telecel Zimbabwe this week launched its mobile money transfer service, telecash, which allows subscribers to use mobile phones to send money to anyone on any network, pay bills and pay for groceries and other goods and services. Announcing the launch...

Telecel Zimbabwe announces SMS promotion

Telecel Zimbabwe has introduced a new promotion that will allow pre-paid subscribers to purchase short message service (SMS) bundles that cut the cost of sending local text messages considerably. There are three bundles to choose from. A bundle of 25...

Telecel urges registration of SIM cards

Telecel has urged all subscribers with unregistered SIM cards to have them registered by Friday this week to avoid being disconnected. “Any subscriber with an unregistered SIM card risks disconnection if he or she has not registered the line before...

Zimbabwe’s Telecel sued for $340 000

Zimbabwean mobile service provider Telecel Zimbabwe is being sued by Trumbelt Computers for $340 000, following allegations that Telecel infringed upon Trumbelt's copyright after a business deal went sour. Peterson Tengende, the chief executive, and Trumbelt Computers has been named as the plaintiffs,...

Zim’s Telecel subscriber base reaches two million

The number of active Telecel Zimbabwe subscribers has now topped two million, an increase of half-a-million since the end of December 2011 Telecel Zimbabwe chief commercial officer Ashraf Elguindy announced the milestone at Telecel’s Corporate Golf Day at Chapman Golf Club...

New CEO for Telecel Zimbabwe

Telecel Zimbabwe has announced the appointment of Francis Mawindi as the new chief executive of Telecel Zimbabwe with effect from 01 July 2012. He replaces Mr John Swaim, a member of the Telecel Zimbabwe board of directors, who has been...
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