TelOne is pleased to announce the first local content catalogue on the DEOD (Digital Entertainment on Demand) platform which was launched in October last year.
The President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, His Excellency CDE E.D. Mnangagwa recently commissioned the Bulawayo-Beitbridge-Masvingo-Harare National Backbone Fibre Links setting TelOne as the Carrier of Carriers.
The US$23,6 million National Backbone Fibre Links connects Zimbabwe to the rest of the world through South Africa.
TelOne has donated has donated 50 000 exercise books, 20 000 pens and 10 000 Sanitary Pads to four rural schools in Beitbridge district in line with its Corporate Social Responsibility.
The schools are Bwemula Primary (Ward 11), Malibeng Primary (Ward 9), Malungudzi Secondary (Ward 3) and Nuli High (Ward 15).
TelOne has successfully launched its competitive service Digital Entertainment On Demand (DEOD) in different regions across the country, with the public highly commending the product.
What is DEOD?
DEOD is Digital Entertainment on Demand and is the first converged online television service to launch in Africa, offering a mix of On Demand Subscription content (TV Series), Linear TV Channels (News) and Pay-per-view rentals of the latest cinema releases (movies).
How to Register?
TelOne has launched an exciting digital entertainment service dubbed Digital Entertainment On Demand (DEOD) which is Africa’s first fully converged linear on-demand news and entertainment streaming service.
TelOne has just launched an exciting promotion dubbed as PREPAY AND WIN where TelOne is giving away cordless handsets to 2 000 lucky winners. The promotion will be running for two months from 18 July until 24 September 2018.
More than 2000 villagers from Makoni recently thronged Makoni Rural Government hospital and several other centres to receive free medical treatment and consultation proudly sponsored by TelOne under its Community Health Programme.
On the 29th of June 2018 TelOne held its fourth successive AGM where the 2017 audited financial results were adopted as part of its strengthened good corporate governance. The results reveal that the company recorded a 3% increase in total revenue in the year 2017 owing to an upsurge in broadband revenues.
Harare 5 June, 2018
As the implementation of the $98million National Broadband Project nears completion at 95% now, TelOne is changing all the area codes and modifying telephone numbers countrywide.
TelOne is pleased to announce a horde of new capabilities on its network owing to the modernization project that has seen an upgrade of all its exchanges.
Because of its ability to bring together a variety of services on one platform, the new network is described as a “convergence”.
TelOne has changed all the country’s area codes and telephone numbers. The area codes have been reduced from 96 to just 20 in line with the International Telecommunication Union regulations. The 20 area codes means that some areas that previously had their own area codes are now sharing the same area code.