Safaricom’s Nokia 1680 Low Cost Offer.
Safaricom is clearly pushing as low and as wide as they can in getting everyone in Kenya to use their Safaricom Live! internet services. Their latest “Internet Mkononi” (i.e. Internet in your hand) offer of Kes. 2,699.00 for a Nokia 1680 is probably the least expensive GPRS internet capable offer
YU’s Low Cost Data Bundles.
In a recent post, I had (inaccurately) said that Zain Kenya had launched some new low cost prepaid and postpaid data bundles. As it turned out, unknown to me at the time, Zain had actually launched the bundles late last year but they only really stared promoting them (aggressively) over
InfoDev’s Kenya Focus Group for a Mobile Applications Lab in Africa.
InfoDev is an NGO working within the World Bank that held a stakeholder focus group this week on the 27th April 2010. I attended the focus group which brought together mobile application developers, mobile operators and other stakeholders to brainstorm on the needs and rationale for a mobile applications lab