Safaricom is introducing a "FAIR USAGE POLICY" with its Home Fibre Internet, and it is bad bad bad, especially for people who work from home and rely - solely - on Safaricom's Home solution for all their needs.
Faiba4G has the best data offerings not only in Kenya but in the whole continent of Africa
If you are in Nairobi and Mombasa, Safaricom has Fiber for home unlimited internet services that seem exciting.
There are some issues you'll have with any Cubot phone you get.
I have a problem with Startimes: Poor signal. I know it is because of the location. Moi University main campus is in the village. But that’s far from the point. I have a couple of other issues. Back in December...
Still can't beat the green network or even the others.
How Safaricom FLEX bundles work and Compare to Competition
One of the most disorganised online shopping sites. Pay before delivery at your own risk. Read about my experience.
Innovation? Or dead on arrival? M-Pesa Bonga App wants to intergrate chatting with Safaricom's Mobile Money Transactions.
Opera News and Opera Mini Browser: Unusable because of Ads
Netflix Vs Showmax Vs iFlix Vs Amazon Prime
Facebook is really bullying us to accepting its new policies with WhatsApp. If we don't like it, the only option we have is to quit the app completely. So how can we make everyone quit? The answer lies in policy.
The budget smartphone segment will be the most vibrant smartphone segment in 2019.
Do you use Airtel? How's your experience? What do you like most? What do you hate?
While Safari is good with performance and battery life, I believe Microsoft Edge beats it by just being a better Google Chrome. So you're getting the same stuff you'd get with Google Chrome but maintaining the great performance, and great battery life from Safari.