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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

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Also in today’s Business Daily, Jamii Telecommunications and Safaricom have entered into a strategic partnership so that Safaricom can leverage their data infrastructure to reach more Internet users. The partnership will therefore see Safaricom competing for more and more retail and business Internet customers by using Jamii Telecommunications wireless, satellite

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In today’s edition of the Business Daily, its been reported that the Kenya Womens Finance Trust (KWFT) is currently testing micro loan repayments from its loanees using Safaricom’s hugely popular M-Pesa service on mobile phones. The pilot, if viable, will be extended to most of KWFT’s branches in coming month’s.

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