Mobile Web Rising in Kenya.
Some interesting Internet usage research findings for East African cities we’re announced this past week by TNS Research International. The research found that Kampala in Uganda has the highest level of internet usage with 53% of the population there being online. Nairobi in Kenya and Arusha in Tanzania are tied
Internet Everywhere 3G+ and KDN price drop.
Clearly, the bandwidth wars are with us since SEACOM went live a couple of weeks ago. Last week Orange Kenya launched its Internet Everywhere 3G+ for a set-up fee of approximately Kes. 4,000.00, including 25 megabytes (only?) of free data. This pricing is approximately the same for Safaricom’s 3G modem
Orange Kenya launches “Broadband Nyumbani”.
According to the newspapers, Orange Kenya has launched yet another internet offer for the home market. The service is aptly named “Broadband Nyumbani” (nyumbani means “home” in Kiswahili). The service runs on ADSL which means it uses landlines to connect you to the internet. This service was offered by Telkom