Frequently run out of data when you need it the most? Well, ZroNet Africa is here with its ZroNet mobile app. With this app, you can get free internet data and access to selected apps.
The ZroNet app lets users select and claim free data offers and enjoy selected apps or websites with no data charges. Also, the app provides users with free data bundles when they download or use selected mobile apps for a specific period of time.
ZroNet updates its offers every week. Thus, a new set of apps are discovered every week. These apps may even include some favourite apps and they all can be used without any internet data.
How does the ZroNet app work?
This sounds too good to be true but it is true. This is how the app works, according to the developers of the app. ZroNet Africa says the data users will be using has already been paid for by companies that they (ZroNet Africa) have “persuaded”.
A tangible question is, “So what do these companies get in return?” It’s actually simple. These companies, in return, get more users to discover and use their apps. For instance, Ecobank has its mobile app part of this activity and if you install and use 50MB of the Ecobank app, you get 200MB of free data.
Seems a fair trade, doesn’t it?
This ZroNet app is a product of a partnership with the top three major networks in Ghana — MTN, AirtelTigo, and Vodafone Ghana. Thus, you can enjoy free browsing even when you have no data at all.
Some of the apps part of this ongoing no-data-browsing craze include popular messaging app, WhatsApp, and its sister app, Instagram. Other mobile apps include the Android versions of Ecobank app, Uber, Wikipedia, YouTube, and GhanaPostGPS.
How to use ZroNet
To use the ZroNet app, head over to Google Play Store and download for free. After installation, make sure your mobile data is switched ON.
Open ZroNet and claim one of the many promotions in order to allow you to use selected mobile apps and websites.
Unfortunately, there is no iOS version of the ZroNet app at the moment so it’s a field day for Android mobile users.