Zimbabwe Internet Packages & Data Plan of 2021

Zimbabwe was gripped by a bloody civil war that lasted for ten years. The country, led by Robert Mugabe, ZANU-PF, and the then-ruling party, was in conflict with the opposition party, Movement for Democratic Change (MDC), led by Morgan Tsvangirai, that opposed the government’s land redistribution policies.

Zimbabwe has a number of Telecoms companies that offer a variety of services, such as data transfer, long distance, and international calling. New users of internet sites should choose a service that offers many different features, and they should choose one that offers the best service. Telecom companies in Zimbabwe are divided into two categories: fixed-line and mobile.

The number of mobile internet users in Zimbabwe has grown by more than 30 percent following the introduction of 4G, a telecom’s operator has said.   According to Econet Wireless Zimbabwe, 2.5 million people in the country are now using 4G services which were launched on August 1, 2017. The company’s chief executive officer, Eric Zwaro, said 4G services are also attracting more people who want to use the service through their mobile phones. 

 

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe Data Packages

TimeDataWiFiPrice
24 hours50 MB50 MB$ 0.50
250 MB250 MB$ 1
1 GB1 GB$ 2
2 GB2 GB$ 3
7 days15 MB15 MB$ 0.50
35 MB35 MB$ 1
120 MB120 MB$ 3
300 MB300 MB$ 5
650 MB650 MB$ 10
30 days10 MB10 MB$ 0.50
25 MB25 MB$ 1
100 MB100 MB$ 3
200 MB200 MB$ 5
400 MB400 MB$ 10
850 MB850 MB$ 20
1.5 GB1.5 GB$ 35
2.5 GB2.5 GB$ 50

NetOne Cellular Data Packages

Pricefor 24 hoursfor 7 daysfor 30 days
$ 0.5050 MB25 MB
$ 1300 MB111 MB55 MB
$ 21 GB250 MB100 MB
$ 31.7 GB429 MB150 MB
$ 5833 MB250 MB
$ 102 GB500 MB
$ 201 GB
$ 301.5 GB
$ 502.5 GB

Telecel Data Packages

day bundles called “Happy Day” valid for 24 hours, activation by *470#:

  • 300 MB: $ 1
  • 1 GB: $ 2
300 MB: $ 1
1 GB: $ 2

In Zimbabwe, the best mobile internet network is currently Econet Wireless, and the best mobile internet tariff is currently their Econet Total package. This package is a great option for those who are travelling to Zimbabwe and want to stay connected, and can be bought for $10 (USD) for 30 days of high speed internet use. The network has a very good coverage of the country, which allows you to stay online even if you are in the middle of a national park in Hwang or one of the boarding schools in Harare.

Miller is a tech geek from Miami and loves exploring different Mobile Data and Internet Packages for different SIM cards available in this world. He roams around and tests the packages and blogs about it here.

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