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Telecel Zimbabwe eyes greater mobile money transaction volumes.

Telecel Zimbabwe eyes greater mobile money transaction volumes

Operator focuses on boosting value of network as it has shed subscribers.

Econet soars past 9mn subscribers as Telecel shrinks.

Econet soars past 9mn subscribers as Telecel shrinks

Zimbabwe’s biggest mobile network grows 4.6% as the number two player sheds users.

Econet finalises Apple products distribution deal.

Econet finalises Apple products distribution deal

The telco plans to distribute iPhones, iPads and other Apple products in Zimbabwe.

Telecel Zimbabwe launches mobile money credit card.

Telecel Zimbabwe launches mobile money credit card

Move aimed at increasing convenience for Telecash users who are ready to buy more.

Zimbabwe’s Econet revamps call centre tech.

Zimbabwe’s Econet revamps call centre tech

Solution switches on voice, instant messaging and social media support for the operator.

Econet becomes Zimbabwe exchange’s third highest traded stock.

Econet becomes Zimbabwe exchange’s third highest traded stock

Country’s biggest telecoms player has notched up $5mn in dealings on the bourse.

TelOne now accepts telecash payments.

TelOne now accepts telecash payments

Telecash subscribers will be able to pay phone bills from the comfort of their home.

Telecel Zimbabwe’s mobile money users top 600,000.

Telecel Zimbabwe’s mobile money users top 600,000

Total value of transactions has also surpassed $15 million says general manager Angeline Vere.

Sale of Vimpelcom’s African business ‘stalls’.

Sale of Vimpelcom’s African business ‘stalls’

European telecoms company has hit a brick wall with Telecel Globe, according to a report.

Telecel Zimbabwe seeks $200mn to boost capacity.

Telecel Zimbabwe seeks $200mn to boost capacity

Country’s second largest mobile network wants to ramp up its operations.

‘Free’ Facebook access for Telecel Zimbabwe users.

‘Free’ Facebook access for Telecel Zimbabwe users

Prepaid subscribers have zero-rate access to text features of the social network.