Mobile Data has become the new battle front for telecommunications. It has come to this point. Who is unavoidable, faster, better in telecommunication battle in Kenya? Telkom Kenya Data or Airtel Data? And how will pricing affect that balance. Well very soon it will depend on how the majority of Kenyans uses their cell phones, especially on social media or online. In the new digital world, efficiency needs will define your position before pricing.
Telkom Kenya has introduced new data bundles while also introducing validity periods for the different data offerings. Most of their bundles previously had a 90 day validity period but they have now introduced new daily, weekly and monthly bundles. The new bundles are also cheaper although with a shorter validity period. Customers will be able to extend the expiry periods of their data bundles before they expire by purchasing another bundle of equal or higher validity before the expiry of their current bundle.
Airtel UnlimiNET, the mobile data plan, offers you with Calls depending on your data plan to all network .SMS and data bundles that let you keep browsing even after your bundles run out. All you need to do is subscribe to UnlimiNET and you’ll stay connected to your social networks (Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram and Gmail) when your data is over regardless of your data plan
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