For the next 90 days, person-to person mobile money transactions below Ksh. 1,000 ($9.67) on MPesa, the mobile money service owned by Safaricom, will incur no costs to Kenyan customers. It is Safaricom’s response to a demand by the Kenyan government for companies to incentivise online transfers in the wake of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus […]
Internet Penetration in Africa as at December 2017 was 35% which is lower than the world average at 54%. Although the number has been growing due to the dropping costs of smartphones and data, data costs are still relatively high in many African cities. This is one of the reasons for the below average internet […]
Airtel Kenya and Computer for Schools Kenya (CFSK), will be distributing refurbished computers to secondary schools in Kenya.
Airtel Kenya has revealed that it will invest over Kshs.19 billion ($190 Million) into its infrastructure over the next three years.
The upgrade involved a comprehensive change of legacy hardware and expansion of radio network elements.
Airtel Kenya has connected the Kambui school for the deaf in Kambui Kenya to free access to the internet, enabling them access to educational materials on the web.