Safaricom telecommunication company has officially launched the 5G network in Kenya. The network will be the fastest and the most reliable connection in in matters to do with internet.
The Safaricom's 5G network will be an alternative to their home fibre and the 4G WiFi services. The telco is now targeting residences and commercial offices in areas that are not currently being served by their Fibre network.
The network is currently available in some few buildings and residence in less than ten regions. Safaricom has revealed that the network is available in Kakamega, Kiambu, Nairobi, Thika, Machakos, Kajiado, Kisii and Kisumu.
The Safaricom's newly launched 5G WiFi has only 3 monthly bundles but their is probably of future changes. The monthly 5G WiFi exists in the following packages;10mb/s at Ksh.3,500 where a customer will receive 300GB, 40mb/s at Ksh.6,000 where a customer will receive 500GB a month and finally 100mb/s at Ksh.15,000 where the customer will receive 100GB valid for one month.
For a customer to get the 5G wire, they need to have a 5G WiFi router which cost Ksh.25,000 and a Ksh.5,000 for installation and set up fee.
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