Safaricom went commercial with 5G in Kenya a couple of weeks ago officially becoming the first operator in East Africa to do so.
Customers in 5G-ready zones in Kenya can access 5G Wi-Fi by purchasing a 5G router at KES 25,000 plus a setup fee of KES 5,000 and selecting from three packages on offer. Customers will also have the option of signing up for a 36-month contract that will enable them to receive the router for free.
The introductory 5G Wi-Fi plans include 10Mbps with a usage limit of 300GB at KES 3,499; 40Mbps with a usage limit of 500GB at KES 5,999; and 100Mbps with a usage limit of 1TB at KES 14,999. Customers will be able to continue using the internet at throttled speeds upon depletion of the allocated usage limit.
In this latest episode of our 24Bit podcast, we discuss Safaricom’s latest product – 5G WiFi for Home and Businesses.
Listen in to the conversation with Emmanuel Chenze, Dickson Otieno and me Nick Kanali.
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