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6 years ago

Where To Purchase Varieties Of Modems In Kenya

The internet bug has affected many Kenyans in the recent past. From cybercafés to internet enabled phones in Kenya, most Kenyans spend most of the better time surfing in the various online sites. Internet in Kenya is not only for social networking purposes but also serves an educative and entertainment purpose as well.

With the availability of personal computers in Kenya within the confines of your house, there is really no need to visit a cyber café these days. People have opted to install wireless fidelity internet cables in Kenya and can surf from the comfort of the  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

How To Increase Profits On An Mpesa Business Within Nairobi City In Kenya

If you walk around the city of Nairobi today, there is a business that you will find to be quite prominent in every Nairobi Street that you go to; the color Green- which signifies Mpesa shops in Kenya. In most instances, many people relate the green color with Safaricom outlets in Kenya and mostly Mpesa outlets in Kenya.  There is no doubt that Safaricom in Kenya is the largest and most used mobile service provider in Kenya today.  The Safaricom Company in Kenya commands a lions-share in terms of customer numbers and service coverage. This state of affairs in the mobile service in  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

How To Unblock Your M-pesa Account In Kenya

MPesa service in Kenya is the revolution that changed how Kenyans send and receive money. The advantageous thing about MPesa services in Kenya, is that Mpesa outlests in Kenya are found in numerous locations and eliminate the need of travelling far to access funds in Kenya. The extensive use of Mpesa services by Kenyans to send and receive cash, access bank services on the phone in Kenya, paying bills with M-pesa in Kenya and top up the phone or someone’s phone, makes Mpesa in Kenya to stand out from its competitors within Kenya. This is why it can be such a frustration when your Mpes  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

Safaricom Sevens Rugby Tournament In Kenya

Usually, rugby teams in Kenya consist of 15 players, but there is a 7 player variant of the rugby union. The seven player rugby game is usually administered by the International Rugby Board. IRB is an international body responsible for all rugby unions worldwide. The game of rugby originated in Scotland. Rugby is very popular in Kenya and other parts of Africa. Rugby is also a famous sport worldwide and consists of both amateur and professional tournaments in Kenya usually held in the first quarters of the year.

Rugby in Kenya is sometimes referred to as American football. The rugby  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

Vuma Online: The New Revolutionary Means Of accessing Internet In Matatus In Nairobi

There is no doubt that millions of Kenyans today are becoming tech savvy with every passage of the day. Unlike the past, where people in Kenya rarely knew much about computers and mobile telephony, almost every Kenyan today, and especially those living in urban centers in Kenya have an idea of what technology means and how it impacts on their lives. Whether you want to see technology advancements in Kenya from the perspective of modern computers, tablets, smart phones, netbooks, or advanced use and function of the internet, one thing that is for sure is that technology use in Kenya has trul  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

How To Invest Using I-Invest By Old Mutual On Your Mobile Phone In Kenya

Most people in Kenya want to be able to be financially secure for the most part of their lives if not all. In order to achieve this desire, one of the best ways is by investing your savings in Kenya in order to ensure your goals and dreams are realized.

Some people may find it difficult to get a financial adviser in Kenya who can advise them on the right instruments in which they can invest their money in Kenya, and thus decide to give up on investment of their savings. However with the advent of mobile banking in Kenya and other mobile financial services in Kenya, one can now also   Continue reading ...


6 years ago

Safaricom Self-Care Service In Kenya

With the Advent of mobile phones in Kenya, many people have access to mobile phones with an estimation of around 29.8 million subscribers in the country. Of these subscribers in Kenya, majority of them have Safaricom lines due to the array of services such as the popular M-Pesa and M- Shwari in Kenya and also the wide network coverage within Kenya. For many customers in Kenya, an attempt to get details and information about their Safaricom line transactions or services of the network may be cumbersome, due to the ever busy helpline 100. This congestion on Safaricom help lines in Kenya can b  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

Kenya Music Industry: A Preview Of The Three Richest Musicians In Kenya

Most Kenyan musicians have never declared their wealth or rather their net-worth for matter, but instincts never lie. When you go through the Music Copyright Society of Kenya Archives, you will most definitely get a great deal of details regarding what every prominent musician in Kenya makes today. In fact, just recently, the Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK) came up with a list of some of the wealthiest musicians in Kenya.

The criterion used by the MCSK to rank the wealthiest musicians in Kenya is pretty much absurd but in any case you have no option but to take the details d  Continue reading ...


6 years ago

How To Open And Operate M-Shwari Account In Kenya

M-Shwari is the revolutionary new banking product in Kenya for M-PESA customers that allows one to save and borrow money through the phone while earning you interest on money saved. But the interest is earned in accordance with the balance saved at your account. M-Shwari is a paperless banking service in Kenya offered through M-PESA which enables one to;

·         Open and operate an M-Shwari bank account in Kenya through mobile phone, via M-PESA, without having to visit banks or fill out any forms.

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6 years ago

How To Open And Operate An M-Benki Account With KCB

Kenya Commercial Bank has taken a step further to bring their banking services in Kenya to your doorstep with their new mobile banking service dubbed M – Benki. M-Benki is the new service, launched on Tuesday, which will enable you to open a bank account from your mobile phone in Kenya. You just have to be at least 18 years and an active Safaricom subscriber.

To subscribe to this service, enter 522522 as the Paybill Number under Payment Services on Mpesa, then enter your ID number as the Account Number. You then deposit any amount followed by your Mpesa PIN. You will then  Continue reading ...