SirMaviCorn Sambaza Limit

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Luther12

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Walipunguza lini? As of last night it was still 900mb.

Airtel is unlikely to dent the green monster's stranglehold on data for as long as their nationwide HSPA network coverage is so limited. Really sad coz this is one segment that could do with some real competition.
 
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So wameamua kuua biashara za sambaza data
manze bana...

huu ni ujinga kweli, airtel should step in
watu wanahama safaricom

Walipunguza lini? As of last night it was still 900mb.

Airtel is unlikely to dent the green monster's stranglehold on data for as long as their nationwide HSPA network coverage is so limited. Really sad coz this is one segment that could do with some real competition.
yeah its a high time for plan B
 
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Luther12

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IMHO, the one player with the resources to take on the green monster in matters data is Orange Kenya. That's why it baffles me that they're discontinuing the CDMA network that has served some of us so faithfully. I mean, what did they do with the nationwide Telkom network (together with the attendant frequency spectrum) that they inherited? As capital intensive as the business is, it surely must be cheaper to modernize than set up new operations from scratch.

I've recently read in the media if how they're complaining that despite holding 70% stake, they have 'lost control' of the firm due to the shenanigans of the 30% shareholder, good old GoK. This has effectively set the stage for their exit which can only serve to entrench the green monster's stranglehold and 'pseudo-monopoly' on data. So much for affordable internet.
 
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dabu

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Personally I will stay with the good old Orange despite safaricom enticing people with a 100% bonus on data. The daily unlimited on orange for 50/= serves me well.
 
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