Safaricom Slashes Internet Charges By 42% in Kenya
The Nairobi Securities Exchange-listed firm says it anticipates further price cuts, noting that they are being driven by a mix of regulatory and competitive pressures. The price cuts come a week after the death of the company's long-serving CEO Bob Collymore who succumbed to cancer.
Safaricom Cuts Internet Charges By 42%
Nation, 8 July 2019
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A Safaricom user (file photo).
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