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Saturday, September 26, 2020
Service revenue grew by 12.6%Data revenue increased by 57.6%Mobile subscribers increased by 6.8 millionActive data users rose by 3.8 million Harare - Mobile Telephones Networks (MTN) Nigeria, a subsidiary of one of South Africa’s telecoms giant MTN has posted a positive performance for...
Application connects one’s bank account to the payment platformAccount holders able to pay bills and make instore purchases using QR code scanning technology Harare - Stanbic Bank, Zimbabwe's largest bank by asset and deposits recently launched a technologically advanced application, SlydePay, as a...
Banks adoption of mobile technology spurred by core banking upgradesBanks incomes’ tilting in favour of transactional businessMobile banking technology cushioning the impact on COVID-19 in transacting Zimbabwe has not been spared by the novel corona virus and new cases are growing on a...
Daily limit revised to a floor of ZW$20, 000Monthly ZIPIT transaction value curbed at ZW$100, 000The unfolding scenario is a replay of yesteryear casino economics Harare – In a battle to curb parallel exchange market activities which has seen the black market exchange...
there were over 1 billion new registered mobile money accounts globally in 2019Mobile money is under serious consideration in EthiopiaZimbabwe has one of the region’s highest levels of mobile money penetrationInterswitch, Flutterwave, and MTN Nigeria, among significant players in 2019
Africa’s digital economy to grow to over $300 bill by 2025RTG Virtual progresses on the digital frontthe e-commerce channel registered a growth in foreign revenueRTG to continue digital investment The digital economy in Africa is expected to grow to over $300 billion by...
Econet creates Deputy CEO postRoy Chimanikire appointed Deputy CEOKezito now Econet’s COO Zimbabwe’s largest Telecomms company, Econet has made key appointments to the top echelon of its management. Introducing a new post, a new Deputy CEO has been appointed...
Robust contingency planning across the business implementedPersonnel can work and collaborate from remote sitesThe company is executing plans to ensure network and system continuity Harare- Telecoms service provider, Liquid Telecom has taken steps to ensure the safety of its workers and customers as the Coronavirus (Covid-19) has spread...
Airtel Profit plummets 75% in 2019Economic instability affects Airtel’s performanceAirtel’s customer base- 5.836 million as at 31 December 2019 Lusaka listed Mobile Network Operator Airtel Zambia reports a 75.73% decline in Profit After Tax to ZMW 15.74 million (USD...
As the economy plunges into misery, Zimbabwe’s largest  Internet Service Provider (ISP), Liquid Telecoms has offered the local careworn business fraternity “temporary relief.” Liquid is set to roll out a relief initiative of providing 20%-50% additional bandwidth with speeds of up to fifty percent faster....