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    Block "A" Emerald Business Park
    N0. 30 The Chase
    P.O. Box MP843
    Mount Pleasant, Harare, Zimbabwe
    Telephone +263 4 333032 Fax: +263 4 333041 Toll Free Number: 0800 4303

Fixed Telephone Service - License Application Fees

Vision : A World Class, fair and competitive regulatory environment with universal communications services throughout Zimbabwe by 2020

Internet Access Provider “Class B”

Public Switched Telephony Network Licence fees

In consideration for the granting of the Public Switched Telephone (PSTN) license, the licensee shall pay to the Authority:

A basic licence fee comprising of three components:
(i)    An initial license fee one hundred million United States Dollars (US$100,000,000);
(ii)   An annual fee of three percent (3%) of the audited annual gross turnover;
(iii) A contribution to the universal services fund of two percent (2%) of audited annual gross turnover.

Other fees
Number fees
The licensee shall pay an annual number usage fee at the rate prescribed by the Authority from time to time. Such a fee shall be used in the development, administration and review of the numbering plan.

Spectrum fees
The licensee shall pay an annual frequency usage fee at the rate prescribed by the Authority from time to time for service that require the use of radio spectrum.

  • ITU celebrated its 150th anniversary on 17 May 2015, marking a long and illustrious history in cutting edge communication technologies

  • POTRAZ commemorates the following internationally recognised events: Girls in ICT Day, World Telecommunication & Information Society Day and World Post Day

  • POTRAZ runs the International Letter Writing Competition

  • POTRAZ is responsible for ensuring that all people in Zimbabwe are adequately provided with Postal and telecommunication services.

  • POTRAZ gives back to the community through a number of life changing initiatives.

  • POTRAZ took steps such as compelling consumers to register their sim cards to prevent harassment of Zimbabwean Citizens by criminals

  • To promote the development of postal and telecommunication systems and services in accordance with practicable recognised international standards and public demand

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