Yesterday NetOne send out a communication to their subscribers informing them that they would be reviewing Khuluma 24/7 bundles from today 4 September. We all now know well what reviewing means in this economy. It means as a customer you are about to get another belting price hike.
The bundles Haven
With Zimbabwe’s Mobile Network Operators now charging an exorbitant $0.48 ZWL per minute to make calls most Zimbabweans have had to make do with voice bundles. NetOne’s own version of voice bundles is called Khuluma 24/7.
It allows customers to make cheap calls across all networks on a clock. If you buy a bundle you get a fixed number of voice minutes which you have to use up before they expire.
The new Khuluma 24/7 bundle prices versus old prices
Just so you can see how the prices have changed below are the old prices.
Its a fair price increase to be honest
With the way, the price of everything is going up I kind of expected a shocker. This seems like a regrettable but fair price increase from my point of view. The bundles still offer significant savings when compared to shocking half a dollar cost of making calls out of these bundles.
The starting price of $3 might be a bit of an issue though. It’s kind of a high entry price to pay for a bundle that only lasts one day. It means this is a bundle you will only buy when you have a “story” to spend the bundles with your friend but is not ideal for casual callers.
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