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Safaricom gifts subscribers with free 500MB’s in “Browse Bila Waas” campaign

Safaricom has unveiled a promo that will reward subscribers who opt in their personalized non expiry data plans with free 500MB’s that expire at the end of the day (mid-night). In the campaign, both postpaid and prepaid subscribers will get free 500MB’s daily upon purchasing their personalized non-expiry data bundle.

The promo, which is dubbed “Browse Bila Waas” and is expected to last until 19th November 2020, subscribers will enjoy more internet for less. Safaricom hasn’t been the option for many Kenyans when it comes to data bundles, their packages are relatively high-priced compared to let’s say Telkom Kenya or Airtel. Its hard to say the impact of this campaign but I can assume current customers will have something to smile about rather attracting new customers on other networks.

Speaking on the launch, Safaricom’s CEO Peter Ndegwa said the Telco’s aim was to connect customers with opportunities presented online with their expanded 4G coverage as well as facilitating acquisition of quality handsets. Ndegwa further said the new data promo cements it’s promise to subscribers to provide more for less.

The latest promo comes barely a month after Kenya’s top mobile subscriber forged a partnership with Google to unveil Lipa Mdogo Mdogo, an initiative that seeks to empower more than one million customers upgrade from their current 2G phones to quality 4G smartphones through a flexible payment plan.

How to enjoy free 500MB’s data bundle with personalized data package on Safaricom

  • On your phone dial *544#
  • Then select option “0”
  • You’ll then be presented with a personalized data package with the amount to pay
  • Select the mode of payment; either Airtime or MPESA
  • Then press “send”
  • Confirm the transaction

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