Telkom Kenya recently introduced a new data and voice plan dubbed Madaraka life. This is an offer set to benefit all people across the country. Hence, it is very easy for everyone to redeem this offer. As a result, Kenyans are now able to get 1GB and 100 minutes every month at a fee of Ksh 100. For new Telkom customers making the first payment of Ksh. 100, they will get free 1GB and 100 minutes. They will also make free Telkom to Telkom calls every month.
Telkom has become the first telecommunication firm in Kenya to develop and offer such services locally. This is an advantage to Kenyans since accessing the internet and making calls has been made more easy and affordable.
Chief executive officer Mugo Kibati, noted that this new plan is set to value and benefit all Kenyans. Consequently, Kenyans will now have an opportunity to pursue their goals and make their dreams come true. This data plan will also help people who are working from their homes due to the ravaging effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This offer is not only accessible to new customers alone but also existing customers will have some benefits from it. For instance, upon loading minimum airtime of Ksh. 100, the existing customers will receive an instant cashback of Sh. 50 in their T-Kash wallet. Hence, it upon customers to take action and utilise this new data and voice plan appropriately.
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