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Bargain hunters rejoice. Econet Zimbabwe is now selling 1GB of data for $1 and 3GB for $2. Those are the new prices of the Econet Dream Data Bundles that were introduced last month in the Zimbabwe.
Econet is determined not to lose its stranglehold on the Zimbabwean broadband market with this latest offer, which makes it the cheapest mobile broadband package on the market. The Dream Bundles also had their access window extended from a previous midnight to 5am window, to a new 10 pm to 8 am window.

That’s a 1-2 punch by the telco giant. And the winner is… the customers.

Surf’s up!

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