Zamtel Retail Expansion Programme

Zamtel data and voice prices to be slashed

Zamtel clarifies speculations going on on social media about its new retail model and issues regarding outsourcing of retails services. Here is the full statement from the Zamtel PR office. LUSAKA, Tuesday, 28th September 2021 – We wish to respond to speculations on social media regardingour new retail model. Contrary to reports, our new retail…

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Why you should not buy Zamtel Velocity 20mbps

A Huawei router offering Zamtel Velocity 20mbps

Zamtel velocity 20mbps offers unlimited downloads and streaming for a period of 30 days and is priced at K1,650. This is the highest and most expensive offered on the velocity unlimited volume package. The other bundles on velocity unlimited volume start at 3mbps recently priced at 450 Kwacha from the 350 Kwacha. The second bundle…

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Will Starlink in Zambia solve the rural internet?

Starlink in Zambia

Will Starlink in Zambia solve the rural internet problem? Starlink is Elon Musk’s world solution to internet problems faced in rural and remote communities all over the world. And this solution is engineered by Space X. SpaceX is leveraging its experience in building rockets and spacecraft to deploy the world’s most advanced broadband internet system.…

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Zamtel urge on Digital Learning as Schools Reopen

Zamtel urges on digital learning

The Zambian school calendar reopens on 21st September and Zamtel urge on digital learning. All schools in Zambia reopens for the second term of 2020 after closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic which struck at the beginning of the year. And Zamtel has urged school administrators, parents and guardians to embrace digital learning even as…

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iConnect is now inq. Digital

PAlso know as AFriconnect iConnect is now Inq.

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…

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