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Airtel forced to give Kenyans 30 percent stake within 3 years in a new licensing policy

Just days after Airtel Kenya announced it had upgraded some of its sites to 5G, the government has put in place measures that will...

Airtel Kenya upgrades its network to 5G, but you will not access it just yet

Airtel Kenya has announced it upgraded some of its sites to 5G, in some respect the announcement is a bit confusing since users will...

Safaricom adopts Ericsson’s E-band microwave transport solution for efficient spectrum use

Kenya’s largest mobile service provider – Safaricom, has chosen Ericsson to supply microwave solutions that will see the mobile service provider attain multi Gbps...

Taxi hailing app – Uber and Uber Eats now available for users in Nakuru Kenya

Following successful launch in Major Kenyan towns; Mombasa and Nairobi, Uber has now officially started offering its services to residents of Nakuru town. The...

Huawei mobile Kenya unveils a number of discounts on products and accessories this Easter

Huawei Mobile Kenya has unveiled a number of discounts on its products in the country during the easter holiday. Customers are slated to receive...

Covid-19 fees waiver on cashless transaction cost KCB Bank 2.2 billion on MPESA

Subsidies unveiled by the government last year to cushion Kenyans from the effects of the corona virus have already started showing their impact on...

Telkom Kenya revamps Mzito bundles with more data and reduced voice minutes

When it comes to data bundles, Telkom Kenya has had some of the best offers in the industry thus far, the telco has further...

Ride hailing app – Bolt bets on electric cars with addition on its fleet

Just days after the likes of KPLC and KenGen announced plans to build electric car charging points in various places here in Kenya, taxi...