Kisumu is the third largest city in Kenya and it is growing at high rate due the investments from business men. The presence of institutions in the town, there are many students in the city and therefore they contribute a lot to the economy of Kisumu. This city is approximately 350 kilometers from Nairobi city and acts as the capital city of The Nyanza region part of Kenya.
Since Kisumu is a big city, there are many telecommunication companies who have invested there to ensure that there is availability of communication among people. For communication to exist there must be a means Continue reading ...
Mobile phones in Kenya are almost a basic commodity due to the services mobile phones offer the user. A World Bank report indicates that the Kenyan mobile revolution has changed the lives of Kenyans by providing financial access in addition to basic communication. In 2012, it was estimated that around 93 percent of Kenyans were mobile phone users and 73 percent are mobile money customers in Kenya.
For many Kenyans, loans for business people in Kenya are essential and also for those with personal needs such as investments in Kenya. For many, they rather Continue reading ...
With the influx of mobile phones and increase in the number of people with access to the device, several mobile services have emerged in Kenya making it easy for the Mwananchi to conduct his or her business at their own convenience. One of the services is paying of your electricity bill via mobile in Kenya. If you ever wondered how one can do so, just sit down relax and carry on reading the article to gain insight.
The payment option of Electricity bill in Kenya is available for both postpaid and prepaid meters in Kenya and is available on the Safaricom and Airtel networks in Kenya. Continue reading ...
Over the recent past, many people in Kenya have moved from the QWERTY keypad craze to the touch screen frenzy. Basically, everyone in Kenya owns a touch screen phone. There are so many mobile phone companies all over the world manufacturing all sorts of phones with various specifications.
From Techno, to Samsung to Nokia to Sony- people in Kenya are free to choose whichever they please, depending on their style and the kind of features they are looking for. However with the endless choices of phones in Kenya, it is very easy for one to get a counterfeit phon Continue reading ...
Some people in Kenya use their mobile phones with decorum, but a few others are a disgrace to the cell phone technology in Kenya. Mobile phone etiquette in Kenya and more so in public areas is a matter that should be keenly addressed in Kenya. Considering that every one of legal age in Kenya owns a mobile phone these days, we would not like to be caught up in one massive noise competition in the streets of Nairobi.
For instance, my workmate Christy is always on call in the office in Nairobi. She is always discussing her heinous escapades over the just elapsed weekend. She will go on Continue reading ...
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