Safaricom launches internet service in Kakamega

Thursday 2 February 2017 | 13:13 CET | News
Kenyan operator Safaricom has launched high-speed internet, dubbed 'Fibre for Business,' in the town of Kakamega in Western Kenya, targeting SMEs in the region. The internet is delivered through fibre technology.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Safaricom
Countries: Kenya
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