NetOne calls on government to price fuel for telecom sector in local currency

Monday 12 April 2021 | 13:37 CET | News
Zimbabwe state-run operator NetOne is calling on the government to provide fuel to the telecom sector in local currency to ensure 24-hour connectivity, particularly in rural areas where boosters are run on generators, The Herald reported. NetOne acting CEO Raphael Mushanawani said fuel is readily available at several service stations across the country, but that it is mostly sold in foreign currency.

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Categories: General
Companies: NetOne
Countries: Zimbabwe
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