PAlso know as AFriconnect iConnect is now Inq.

iConnect is now inq. Digital

iConnect known as Africonnect Zambia a previously Vodacom owned company is now inq. Digital Zambia after been sold by Vodacom South Africa.

Late May 2020 technology news hit on Vodacom having sold business services in four countries to Inq. Vodacom then was listed as having sold its business operations in Nigeria, Zambia, and Côte d’Ivoire while awaiting approval for the sale of its Cameroon operations.

iConnect or Africonnect Zambia was brought to the Zambian scene as early as 2010 offering technology solutions that delivered corporate and home-based internet with there 3G Wifi routers and Cafe hotspots.

In the recent past digital and mobile data bundles services run the competitions with Airtel, MTN, Zamtel and Hai marking supreme pushing iConnect behind.

But now refreshed iConnect connects as Inq. Digital and according to their rebranded website;

We are Zambia’s 1st Digital and Cloud Service Provider with a foot-print in all the 10 provinces of Zambia.

inq. Digital Zambia is also part of inq. Holdings which has operations in Zambia, Botswana, Malawi, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire and Nigeria.

Inq. promises to offer simpler seamless solutions that will improve efficiency and bring value to your business through

  • Intelligent Connectivity
  • Edge Artificial Intelligence
  • Software-Defined Networks and 
  • Cloud Solutions.

inq. Digital Data Home Plans Pricing

PackageAllocationPrice

Home 5
3GB Peak; 2GB OffpeakK100

Home 10
3GB Peak; 7GB OffpeakK170

Home 15
5GB Peak; 10GB OffpeakK250

Home 20
5GB Peak; 15GB OffpeakK320

Home 30
10GB Peak; 20GB OffpeakK530

Home Unlimited
40GB Peak; UnlimitedK999
https://www.iconnect.zm/connectivity/

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