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If you have a WIFI enabled phone or computer in Nairobi, you probably have seen at one point or another over the last few months a network called Loopnet that offers free internet access. I had planned to write here about Loopnet over a month ago but they had not

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It has been reported in the media this week that Safaricom, Kenya’s largest mobile network and Nokia, the world’s largest mobile phone company have announced a strategic partnership for the distribution of DSTV mobile. Nokia has just launched a range of mobile tv compatible phones which will have free access

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It looks that the mobile network tariff wars just won’t stop! In today’s paper, Orange Kenya has launched a free airtime service similar to YU Kenya’s. However, the striking difference is that Orange Kenya will reward you Kes. 3.00 free airtime per minute for any calls you receive from other

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