- The open market campaign at Archives in the Nairobi Central Business District is being conducted in partnership with Ghetto Radio
- The open air market will see your favourite Ghetto Radio presenters among them Bonoko and Double Trouble issue the airtime at Archives
Safaricom is today conducting an open market campaign set to give Safaricom customers free 1GB data bundle.
The open market campaign at Archives in the Nairobi Central Business District is being conducted in partnership with Ghetto Radio.
All one has to do is to buy a new 4G Smartphone from any phone outlet in Kenya and upon buying any bundle, you will get 1GB data bundle.
“It doesn’t matter whether you buy a new 4G Smartphone at Luthuli Avenue or Accra Road or Your Nearest phone shop in your estate .Provided it’s a new 4G Smartphone and you are on Safaricom network , Upon buying any bundle you will automatically get Free 1GB data bundle.,” a brief from Safaricom reads.
The open air market will see your favourite Ghetto Radio presenters among them Bonoko and Double Trouble issue the airtime at Archives.
The 4G Smartphones are available anywhere in the country.
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Safaricom income increase
On Thursday Safaricom increased its net income by three percent to 74.5 Billion in the year 2022/2023.
Safaricom C.E.O Mr. Peter Ndegwa said that the Group has increased its Group Service Revenue by 5.2% to KES 295.7 billion while the Group net income excluding minority interest declined by 10.6% attributable to expected start-up costs and investment in rolling out operations in Ethiopia within the year.
Voice service revenue declined by 2.6% to KES 81.1 billion; mobile data revenue grew by 11.4% to KES 54.0 billion, while M-PESA revenue grew by 8.8% to KES 117.2 billion.
Mr Ndegwa said: “We have delivered a solid set of results despite the tough operating environment occasioned by slowdown in business activity in an election year in Kenya, tough macro environment as well as change in mobile termination rates which impacted our voice revenues significantly. The business is stable and regained a strong positive momentum in the second half of the year.
“Looking into the future, we passionately believe that our business is well-positioned to support our customers and provide technology solutions as we transition into a purpose-led technology organization in line with our 5 YR strategy.”
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