TelOne has begun the roll-out of the National Broadband (NBB) Project network under the $98 million China Exim Bank facility, which has been granted a National Project status. The implementation of the network modernization project, which commenced late last year is expected to take a period of 18 to 24 months.
Connecting everyone everywhere, as the TelOne vision outlines is fast becoming a reality with continuous expansion of services to areas previously under served. As the TelOne current campaign has exhibited, TelOne has shown its capacity to connect its customers everywhere in many ways, a fit that has continued to see the company leading the pack.
TelOne has unveiled a new product TelOne Talk+, a Voice over Internet Service (VoIP), with the capability of unifying communication across platfoms like telephone, mobile and social media platforms.
It is done! Vice President Honourable E. D Mnangagwa launched TelOne Center for Learning’s Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) in Telecommunications Engineering. A first of its kind in Zimbabwe and second in Africa, the degree is being offered in partnership with the National University of Science and Technology.
As TelOne Dominates the Digital Space with the unveiling of new interactive Website, Mobile Application
TelOne has unveiled an exciting feature to the voice service. TelOne landline home users can now make free unlimited calls to other TelOne landlines between 6pm and 6am on Mondays through to Friday. This service will only be available to fully paid-up clients. Through this offer, TelOne clients can now enjoy over 300 hours of free talk time every month.
At TelOne we are not just about providing connectivity but also about connecting the community and establishing lasting relationships through our services and indeed through giving back to the community and contributing to worthy causes.
As part of the Corporate Social Investment (CSI) initiatives for the year 2016 – 2017 TelOne is running a campaign dubbed Provide-A-Bin through which litter bins are being donated to cities and towns around Zimbabwe to ensure that we keep our environment clean.
TelOne has introduced VoIP service adding to its service offering to become a fully fledged universal telecommunications service provider offering solutions for an array of customer needs. The VoIP service has been introduced to enhance flexibility for a variety of customer needs.
Broadband is revolutionising online activities everywhere for businesses, social interaction and entertainment. Faster speed connections now enable new services, including internet-TV and video on demand, across home, business and public life. Internet-based content allows consumers to enjoy what they want and when they want it.
TelOne expands payment platforms