Over the past 20 years or so, Zimbabweans have had to endure many hardships economically. There have been a lot of ups and downs economically with one of the results being a need to make savings wherever possible.
It is fair to assume that in our current world, communication is key. We need to stay in the loop regarding a lot of things. It’s difficult to imagine how we managed to make it so far without our communication devices such as our mobile phones.
One Fusion is a package that offers, data, social media, SMS, and voice call bundles all bunched up in one. It offers an all-in-one suite of products at a single discount price. There are currently 3 different packages under the One Fusion Banner.
What is One Fusion?
To throw in a little more detail, NetOne One Fusion was introduced as a response to the need for connectivity in an environment where, generally speaking, it’s relatively more expensive to stay connected when compared to other countries in the world.
Though the prices have been high over the years, they were never as high as the $75 per GB as reported by Cable a few years ago.
One Fusion gives you call minutes, SMS messages, Social Media bundles as well as Data bundles with a 30-day window all for one price. Currently, One Fusion has the following packages:
· One Fusion Lite for $600
· One Fusion Gold for $950
· One Fusion Premium for $1900
The Reason One Fusion is a Good Product
If you were to buy the individual products that One Fusion offers separately, you will pay at least 3 or 4 times the amount that you pay through One Fusion. By this logic, you will see that One Fusion is a great alternative.
The suite of products bundled in this manner is unique to One Fusion on the Zimbabwean market. The closest thing to this may be Econet’s Sasai. The difference with Sasai though is that it’s an app-specific bundle that only works within the Sasai universe.
How do I Recharge My One Fusion?
To recharge your One Fusion bundles, you need to buy airtime equivalent to the amount you want to pay for the bundle. This can be easily achieved by buying the airtime through OneMoney then converting the airtime to bundles.
An easier and more convenient way, however, is to use www.topup.co.zw. Using this platform, you can easily buy your bundles using a range of payment options that include Ecocash, OneMoney, Telecash, Zimswitch as well as local Visa and MasterCard.If you can’t access the internet, there is also the option to buy airtime using WhatsApp as well. Simply click here or access the WhatsApp Bot on the following number +263 864 4429 100 on WhatsApp.