So over the weekend I bought 375MB Blaze data. I normally use Orange data nowadays since Airtel Kenya did this to me. But the Orange network wasn’t available where I was so I decided to Blaze up.
I laughed later on at how fast my data ended. And the messages arrived in a funny order. Here’s a screenshot.
— Tech-ish.com🇰🇪 (@TechishKenya) April 17, 2017
Anyway, @SamGichuru started the conversation some one hour ago on Twitter. And there’s now the revelation that the problem of data disappearing is wide spread. There are many people experiencing the same issue:
— Sam Gichuru (@SamGichuru) April 17, 2017
There are lots of people complaining:
I thought this was only happening to me 😕😕 https://t.co/CIeDewNTui
— Nomadic Panda (@MariamBishar) April 17, 2017
I thought I was the only one, from 1.5GB to 500MB in less than 12 hours!!! https://t.co/vBOhZ1maBF
— Martin Macharia (@mugo_macharia) April 17, 2017
Yes, all week been asking them what's up? Data getting sipped from my phone like pina colada https://t.co/upWpBCUmpo
— DJ Drumpf (@swankyLuo) April 17, 2017
Phone is to blame
I really didn't know what was up, blamed my phone. So it was on everyone https://t.co/MpxpcphUnP
— Willian Otieno'o (@WILLLANNO) April 17, 2017
— Bilha N (@bilha_nduta) April 17, 2017
— Dominic Mutai (@domimutai) April 17, 2017
One hour only!
— Denis (@DenisBosire) April 17, 2017
— The Recluse (@98kgs) April 17, 2017
And many more:
— ElNinoMaravilla (@DenizSliq) April 17, 2017
This line 0796864639 is a kabambe, i.e no internet. It had 350mb data but now it has ZERO data. @SafaricomLtd EXPLAIN 2 ME HOW THAT HAPPENED
— Third Eye (@QuincyWandera) April 17, 2017
@SafaricomLtd needs to talk about this. Maybe Bundles Mwitu was the better option:
@SamGichuru Now you realize bundles Mwitu is a far game.
— Moses Wafula (@MosesWafula01) April 17, 2017