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Wananchi Group raises budget internet prices by 20% in Kenya

Wednesday 25 February 2015 | 13:10 CET | News

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Wananchi Group, the owners of pay-TV company Zuku, has increased its tariffs for light internet users by 20 percent to KES 1,199 per month, but almost halved the subscription fees for heavy users. Subscribers of Jistart package will now pay KES 1,199 instead of KES 999, while those on the R20 package will now pay KES 5,499 for a 20 Mbps service instead of the previous KES 9,999. Zuku attributed the price increases to a rise in its operating costs.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Wananchi
Countries: Kenya
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