Select Safaricom customers in five counties can now access 5G internet services after the telco launched the service on Thursday, with the first beneficiaries being home and office users.
"This morning SafaricomPLC became the first mobile operator in Kenya and the region to officially launch a 5G network that is now available to our customers in 5G ready areas who can now enjoy fast and reliable internet connectivity for their homes and businesses."Peter ndengwa said
Clients in 5G-prepared zones can get to 5G Wi-Fi by buying a 5G switch at Sh25,000 and causing an arrangement expense of Sh5,000, then select from three bundles on offer."Clients will likewise have the choice of pursuing a three year contract that will empower them to get the switch free of charge. The early on 5G Wi-Fi plans incorporate 10Mbps with a utilization cutoff of 300GB at Sh3,499; 40Mbps with a use breaking point of 500GB at Sh5,999; and 100Mbps with a use cutoff of 1TB at Sh14,999. Clients will actually want to keep utilizing the web at choked endless supply of the allotted utilization limit," Safaricom expressed.
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