Kenya hits 1m active high speed 4G users
By James Wanzala
| Dec 11th 2017 | 1 min read
Kenya now has one million active 4G customers, according to a report released by Safaricom.
The communication company said the breakthrough came last month on the back of an expanding 4G network, increased affordability of smartphones and affordable data bundles.
“This milestone cements Kenya’s position and establishes a strong foundation for future innovation,” said Joseph Ogutu, Director -Strategy, Safaricom.
Safaricom was the first company to roll out a 4G network in the country in 2014.
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