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Telkom Kenya Customers can now access T-Kash services via a mobile app available on popular platforms

There’s no question when it comes to just how much Safaricom’s MPESA app has simplified sending, receiving money or just making mobile money transactions....

The Communications Authority (CA) now plans to switch-off stolen and counterfeit phones

Kenya’s ICT regulator – The Communications Authority (CA) has announced plans to restrict stolen and counterfeit phones from accessing network service within the country....

Kenya Power plans to bring high-speed fibre internet to Kenyan Rural Homes

Kenya’s sole power distributor – Kenya Power, plans to connect Kenyan rural homes with high-speed internet soon. The parastatal which has faced increasing pressure...

Deaf customers to get Deaf eLimu Banking – a dedicated banking app from Kenya Bankers Association

Mobile banking has seen a surge in usage across the world especially after the effects of the Corona virus, but there are several disadvantaged...

Borrowers get reprieve for one year in new Uhuru’s suspended CRB listing plan

Kenyans who took loans in the period starting October 2020 but failed to repay them on time, leading them to be listed in credit...

Safaricom customers unwilling to redeem their Bonga Points months after the worst of covid-19

Just a few months ago, it would have been unthinkable to imagine that Safaricom customers would be unwilling to redeem their Bonga points. The...

Netflix launches a free package in Kenya, and here is how to watch for free on your android phone

Streaming giant Netflix has announced plans to introduce a free plan in Kenya, this will allow Kenyans who meet specific requirements to watch content...

Equitel users to enjoy 4G speeds after Equity Group rolled out the network service

Equity Group has just rolled out 4G network coverage to Equitel users, aimed at offering faster internet connection speeds than older technologies. According to...