Saturday, January 29, 2022

Galaxy S5 Price: Safaricom Vs Airtel?

The Samsung Galaxy S5. As usual Samsung knows how to win. I expected much more with the S5 but seems like we have to make do with what they released. Yes, the phone is brilliant but Samsung could do better.

Anyway, if you want the Galaxy S5 in Kenya, Safaricom and Airtel are competing to have you pre-order it.

Safaricom will give you the S5 at Ksh. 74,999. They will also give you for free the Gear Fit (Samsung’s new smartwatch) and 3GB Internet bundles.

 

Airtel on the other hand want you to buy the S5 at Ksh. 89,999. They too will give you the Gear Fit for free plus 1.75GB.

 

I don’t know which suits you but it’s pretty much obvious Safaricom have the better deal.

6,091FansLike
2,887FollowersFollow
16,100SubscribersSubscribe

Leave a Reply

Dickson Otienohttps://tech-ish.com
I love reading emails when bored. I am joking. But do send them to editor@tech-ish.com.

More to read:

Samsung Kenya bets on Online Shopping in new partnership

Samsung has gotten into a partnership with BrandCart Limited to launch an online shop offering deliveries across Kenya

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Specifications and Price

The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is a new addition to Samsung's S21 Series coming with almost the same exact specs as the base S21.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE versus Xiaomi 11T Pro; Easy choice!

Which one should you pick between the Xiaomi 11T Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE, I think the choice is easy given the specs vs price

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE First Impressions

The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is meant to be a more affordable device in the S21 series line up. Here are my first impressions of the new device.

Banks, who benefit most from Free M-Pesa transfers, want CBK to re-introduce charges

The Kenya Bankers Association (KBA) will be lobbying to have the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) re-introduce transactions between Banks and Mobile Money wallets in 2022.

Safaricom goes to court opposing CA’s cheaper interconnection rates

Safaricom in its filing says the CA ignored its own procedures and reached a conclusion before the end of the process it had initiated.