- Econet Wireless.
- NetOne Cellular.
Zimbabwean mobile phone revenue up 194% in Q3 Zimbabwean mobile internet traffic
Zimbabwe becomes one of the few African countries with 5G
Zimbabwe’s telcos continue to be affected by the country’s poor economy. This has been exacerbated by the significant economic difficulties related to the pandemic. Revenue has also been under pressure from a number of recent regulatory measures and additional taxes imposed by the cash-strapped government. Inflation has become so high that year-on-year revenue comparisons since 2019 have been difficult to assess meaningfully.
The three MNOs Econet Wireless, NetOne and Telecel Zimbabwe continue to invest in network upgrades, partly supported by government efforts and cash released from the Universal Service Fund.
- The revenue share of Digital Video Games amounts to 25.2% in 2021.
- The internet penetration in Zimbabwe is forecast to amount to 63.0% in 2026.
- The mobile phone subscriptions per 100 inhabitants in Zimbabwe are forecast to amount to 85 in 2026.
- The number of fixed-broadband subscriptions per 100 inhabitants in Zimbabwe is estimated to amount 2 in 2026.