Faiba

#5
Mjomba si ununue laini tu ujue mwenyewe first hand? Si line ni almost bure? Na kama ni redmi 9 kushika faiba why not Google GSMarena, ama you go to the faiba people with your smartphone wakuconnect kabisa kabisa?
Yes redmi note 9 has band 28 so therefore it will work..
 

ilonMask

Village Elder
#6
Is faiba stil best on internet speeds?
No it's not the best. But it is better than Telkom and Airtel. Bottom line, they all suck, it is just that Faiba seems to be best of worst.

Safaricom wins because of 4G+, the other 4G is just garbage too.

However, I can declare Faiba the overall winner because it has decent speeds and the best bundle packages in Kenya. If you want Safaricom for Data, just install their fibre, otherwise you will go broke buying their bundles to satisfy today's demands (assuming your phone supports 4G+). Faiba is the only network whose data won't expire because of extremely poor network. It is also the only one you can use at night (with the exception of Safaricom's 4G+).
 

Soprano

Village Elder
#7
Yes redmi note 9 has band 28 so therefore it will work..
Yes. But also, what I know about faiba 4g is that you can't just pop in your sim card and start tweeting, not just like that. You need to to take it to the faiba guys to have them do some settings on the phone first. But I also know that I could be very wrong.
 
#8
No it's not the best. But it is better than Telkom and Airtel. Bottom line, they all suck, it is just that Faiba seems to be best of worst.

Safaricom wins because of 4G+, the other 4G is just garbage too.

However, I can declare Faiba the overall winner because it has decent speeds and the best bundle packages in Kenya. If you want Safaricom for Data, just install their fibre, otherwise you will go broke buying their bundles to satisfy today's demands (assuming your phone supports 4G+). Faiba is the only network whose data won't expire because of extremely poor network. It is also the only one you can use at night (with the exception of Safaricom's 4G+).
Safaricom dawa ni post paid. I have 33GB of accumulated data on a K Shs 2K per month package, plus 4000 accumulated minutes, sijui nitafanyia nini hata.
 

ilonMask

Village Elder
#13
It is the worst mobile network in kenya for now
Naona you haven't met Telkom or Airtel :D:D, utarudi ukilia

Umaskini inawafanya muone ni kama Safaricom haiko sawa.. Poor peasants
Humans mkijua how to make Telcos comply with consumer demands mtaacha kukimbizana na iPhones na Safaricom :D. Ata kama tunatumiaga Safaricom fibre it's because we sometimes have no choice. Others are sleeping
 
#18
Naona you haven't met Telkom or Airtel :D:D, utarudi ukilia



Humans mkijua how to make Telcos comply with consumer demands mtaacha kukimbizana na iPhones na Safaricom :D. Ata kama tunatumiaga Safaricom fibre it's because we sometimes have no choice. Others are sleeping
Thats why its currently the best
 

ilonMask

Village Elder
#20
Umaskini haiwezi ruhusu watu kutumia Safaricom
:D:D:D There is a difference between fair pricing, value for money, and pure fanboyism. If you feel 15GB for 3K on Safaricom is fair to you, well and good. The cost of Safaricom services is not fair in any country, FYI. Airtel was comfortable in India until Jio arrived. Sasa indians can enjoy 100 Mbps fibre connection for the same amount of money you buy 10 Mbps from Safaricom
 

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