Get up to 40% off Safaricom 4G Wi-Fi routers with revamped proposition

Safaricom has announced a revamp of its 4G Wi-Fi proposition aimed at reducing router prices and introducing new daily allocation packages for its home customers, as an alternative to the home fibre service.

The revamped plan offers new customers a KES 4,000 discount on 4G Wi-Fi routers and a free 30GB welcome bundle. In addition, all customers will enjoy new daily allocation packages that allow customers who opt-in to receive data daily, ensuring connection throughout the month.

The daily allocation bundles offer 105GB (3.5GB awarded daily) for KES 2,999; 150GB (5GB awarded daily) for KES 4,100; 240GB (8GB awarded daily) for KES 6,299, and 540GB (18GB awarded daily) for KES 12,499, all at a speed of 5Mbps and with a validity of 30 days.

New Data Prices under Revamped 4G WiFi:

Bundle SizeData Awarded DailyPrice (KES)Speed

Peter Ndegwa, CEO of Safaricom PLC, said, “4G Wi-Fi represents a great choice for data users, giving them access to seamless, flexible, and reliable connectivity while at home. It leverages our extensive 4G coverage to supplement our nationwide fiber network as we continue to enable Kenyans to enjoy a digital lifestyle by making the service more affordable.”

The reduced prices will see customers enjoy up to 40% off on routers, with Adrian routers now retailing for KES 5,999, down from KES 9,999, while Huawei routers will retail at KES 6,999 down from KES 10,999.

Safaricom’s 4G Wi-Fi router prices before and after the revamp:

Router ModelOriginal Price (KES)New Price (KES)Discount (%)

With Safaricom’s 4G covering over 97% of Kenya’s population, customers can enjoy 4G Wi-Fi by simply acquiring a router and sim card at any Safaricom Shop or dealer outlet. Customers can also visit or dial *400# to get connected.

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