In its most recent effort to attract more customers to the fifth generation technological standard for broadband cellular networks, Safaricom has announced the availability of 5G Wi-Fi.
Since Safaricom was the first service provider to launch 5G trials in Kenya and the region in March of last year and consumers in 5G-ready locations may now take use of quick and dependable internet connectivity for their homes and businesses.
CEO Peter Ndegwa stated that they believe in the internet's revolutionary power and will continue to supply the most cutting-edge solutions toward enabling our clients to experience a digital lifestyle.
Safaricom now operates 35 5G sites in Nairobi, Kisumu, Kisii, Kakamega and Mombasa and by March 2023, it hopes to have 200 sites operational nationwide.
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