It was inevitable after Zain and YU lowered their call and SMS rates in Kenya dramatically last week as posted on this blog. Therefore, in a move that is likely to retain Safaricom’s 16+ million subscribers it today launched a new promotional tariff that will see its subscribers call from
In the newspapers today, Orange Kenya has launched a new tariff, “Niaje”. The new tariff clearly demonstrates that Kenya’s mobile networks are not yet done with their “tariff wars”. Niaje has a very competitive per minute rate of Kes. 4.00 for both Orange to Orange calls and Orange to Telkom
I really like the name Z-control, the latest pre-paid tariff offer from Zain, Kenya’s second largest mobile network. Z-control is a post-paid tariff package where standard monthly fees are credited to a subscribers account. One can acquire Z-control in specific packages of Kes. 1,000.00 through to Kes. 5,000.00 per month.