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Zanu PF activist refuses  to pay rentals, bills

Zanu PF activist refuses to pay rentals, bills

A Zanu PF youth activist, Fundisani Dewa, is reportedly refusing to pay rentals and vacate rented premises in Bulawayo’s Hillside suburb, despite receiving several eviction notices.

TelOne debt collector riles residents

TelOne debt collector riles residents

A Harare-based debt collector contracted by TelOne has been accused of harassing relatives and associates of the fixed telephone operator’s clients as it steps up efforts to recover debts.

TelOne upgrades ADSL

TelOne upgrades ADSL

STATE-OWNED telecoms company TelOne says it has invested over $2 million to expand its asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) footprint in the country.

Zimpost expands e-commerce network

Zimpost expands e-commerce network

ZIMPOST is moving with speed to embrace e-commerce with latest revelations the quasi-government institution has to date linked online more than 130 post office out of a total of 226, Southern Eye Business has established.

TelOne fights cable theft

TelOne fights cable theft

TELONE, the country’s fixed line operator says it has stepped up efforts to curb cable thefts and vandalism that have been crippling the organisation’s operations and stalling development by installing alarms on its infrastructure.

TelOne recovers $100m, eyes 4% revenue growth

TelOne recovers $100m, eyes 4% revenue growth

STATE-OWNED fixed line operator TelOne sees 4% growth in revenue in 2015 after it recovered $100 million from debtors that would improve its working capital position, managing director Chipo Mtasa has said.

TelOne declares a 3-day ultimatum for debts

TelOne declares a 3-day ultimatum for debts

LANDLINE telephony provider TelOne has given defaulting clients a three-day deadline to clear their arrears or risk being handed over to debt collectors.

TelOne hires debt collector

TelOne hires debt collector

STATE-OWNED telecommunications firm TelOne has engaged a private debt collector Flaintop Business Consultancy (Pvt) Ltd to recover part of its $150 million debt owed by both individuals and corporate customers who have been defaulting paying bills since dollarisation in 2009.

Telone denies inflating bills

Telone denies inflating bills

STATE-OWNED telecommunications firm TelOne has disputed claims it inflated Zimbabwe dollar phone bills and converted the amounts to United States dollars hence the current outstanding bills that have accrued on client’s accounts.

TelOne owed $190 million

TelOne owed $190 million

FIXED telephone operator, TelOne has engaged debt collectors to recover $190 million as individuals and companies continue to default on payments, managing director Chipo Mtasa said on Friday.

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