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Breaking News: NetOne Reintroduces Dollar a Day

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Breaking News: NetOne Reintroduces Dollar a Day

NetOne, Zimbabwe’s second largest mobile network operator this week is on a streak in terms of giving customers the best in terms of value. NetOne last year was instructed by the mobile regular POTRAZ to kill the popular Dollar a Day (DAD) promotion which was the cornerstone and the brand behind NetOne’s easy call and voice offering before One Fusion.

Dollar a Day promotion will go back to be offered as a bundle under its existing line-up of Value Added Services. NetOne this week increase WhatsApp, Facebook and introduced YouTube, Netflix and skype bundles.

Dollar a Day has been tweaked a number of times and this time around one has to simply convert his/hers normal dollar airtime via USSD code and you receive even more value. By dialling the *171# USSD prompt and choose the specific bundle, which is available from 50c, $1, $2, $5 and $10.

One area not to forget is the time and amount of days it takes you before the benefits expire, the $1 DAD goes over a day and if you like the $2 top up $2 should take you going onwards, that means more benefits in case you still had credit in your pocket.

The Dollar a Day was introduced in July 2012, this makes it almost 5 years. The rebirth of DAD has contributed to the growth of NetOne.

Choosing the right mobile network plan is one of the most important and daunting choices you’ll make as a mobile phone user, especially when you’re picking one based on your budget.

While every person is different, for the sake of this article’s calculations, we’ll settle on One Fusion $5. Packages change all the time and one has to be flexible to move from one package to the next best.

Pardon has been a technology enthusiast his entire life and has spent the better part of last decades in information technology and security, and he writes with an aim to remove some of the "mysticism" from the cyber world. He’s the Editor at Techunzipped. Away from the keyboard, you're likely to find him playing with the latest gadgets or the latest Game.

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