Access Kenya aiming to offer low cost home broadband

macho

Village Elder
#68
Nairobi-nakurMwai, post: 776743, member: 2241"]kenya has 47 counties, its only in nairobi where zuku and access kenya has got 45% + fiber coverage, so jtl has presence in 11+ counties. mind you 3mbps jtl 11700, 1mbps p2p 10,000 LOGIC?[/QUOTE]
Off Nairobi-nakuru highway like ,2km.from highway,what would be available?
 
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Deorro

Guest
#71
The price is OK but why do all ISP only consider Eastlands or densely populated areas of Nairobi where all other ISP is serving the same pool of customers. Three months ago Safaricom came calling on my door asking if I would consider Vuma fibre if they lay the fibre in the whole area. I told them I will even volunteer to help with the work. Everyone said yes and 2 weeks later the whole place is connected. I'm literary streaming and downloading books, documentaries and shows.
used to tell them lakini everytime wako tu za zile Tulia blah blah blah nikawaambia endeleeni kucheza tu while others make strides. Safaricom nimegundua like well organised estates
 
#74
nice, kerugoya wapi specifcally , if los is clear 2mbps shared 5k, 2 mbps dedicated 8500, installation + router 20k, call me asap tufanye hio connection, 0731417099. leo ata nakam ivo hio estate ya kanyotu
...Fine, though the radio and router is already there. I will give you a call.
 
#77
I think people have to differentiate between Access Kenya and Surf.
They are not one and the same thing.
Access@Home is no longer available to residential users.Only those who had gotten it before Access Kenya terminated the product continue to enjoy that service.
Surf is seperate. It is a joint venture between Access Kenya and some start-up from the US.Surf, however, unlike Zuku, is at least trying to expand internet coverage in places like Umoja. In fact, companies like Surf and Safaricom Fiber are forcing Zuku to expand their coverage.
 

AMB_Sunday

Village Elder
#78
I think people have to differentiate between Access Kenya and Surf.
They are not one and the same thing.
Access@Home is no longer available to residential users.Only those who had gotten it before Access Kenya terminated the product continue to enjoy that service.
Surf is seperate. It is a joint venture between Access Kenya and some start-up from the US.Surf, however, unlike Zuku, is at least trying to expand internet coverage in places like Umoja. In fact, companies like Surf and Safaricom Fiber are forcing Zuku to expand their coverage.
Link ikuje
 

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