#FridayHacks: How To Sign Up For TelOne Talk+

We recently published the launch of TelOne’s Talk + a web and mobile based application that  unifies voice, video, email, instant messaging and public switched telephone network(PSTN) calling on the local Zimbabwean network but they were left wondering how one can register for TelOne Talk+.

By Marvelous Chibagidi

The product is some how similar to Microsoft’s Skype and for one to be able to use it  one has to sign in or register for it so here are the steps on how to sign up for TelOne Talk+.

Step One:Firstly one has to visit the TelOne Talk+ website and click on register. Enter phone number and you will receive a validation code via sms. Enter the validation code on the space that will be provided so as to proceed to the next stage.


Step Two:The second step is to enter the required demographic details and one has to make sure that they fill in all the required fields.

Step Four:After filling in all the required details then one has to choose  their preferred package, payment option and device option. Make sure you fill in you fill in the required fields. There is a package to suit your pocket.

Step Five:After choosing your package and payment option check summary to make sure your information is correct and click finish.

Step Six: What is left now is for you to pay for your subscription. You will receive your TelOne Talk+ password via email and sms. 

Step Seven: As you are now signed in now you have to log in to your profile to view your account details. Download Skype For Business(TelOne Talk+ Client)

Step Eight: Now it is easy buy your Calling Card and enjoy TelOne Talk+.

So now with your virtual number from TelOne Talk+ you get to call all local networks and TelOne Talk+ numbers from wherever you are in the world. You can make voice calls, instant messaging, video calls and conference and remember it is suitable for both business and social communications.

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