ZETDC opens more vending sites

HARARE - The Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC) has opened more vending outlets across the country for the convenience of its customers.

This is in the wake of hiccups being experienced by its clients in buying electricity tokens due to upgrades to ZETDC’s prepaid electricity purchase system.

In a statement, ZETDC’s public relations team advised its valued customers that over and above its banking halls countrywide, they can now access service from other outlets such as supermarkets and banks while a lasting solution to the technical challenges are being sought.

“The power utility would also like to advise that in the interest of quality service provision, new computer servers have been acquired and are now on site ready for installation,” reads part of the statement.

“…in that vein, customers will also be in a position to access service through the EcoCash platform once the servers have been connected within the next few days.”

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