Low-cost poa! Internet extends to Kangemi

Poa! Internet, the low-cost internet service provider, today announced its expansion to populous Kangemi in the out skirts of Nairobi city.

This is after successful launches in Kiambu Town and Ting’ang’a both in Kiambu County. Poa! has more than doubled the internet coverage area in less than a year.

“Our expansion plans are now accelerating, with our launch in Kangemi opening up the potential of connecting up to 200,000 further homes with low-cost, unlimited broadband,” said Andy Halsall, CEO of Poa! Internet.

“We are committed to providing the most affordable internet services in Kenya,” said Andy. Poa! Internet has maintained its home broadband at a cost of Sh1,500 a month while more than doubling its connection speeds to up to 4 Mbps.

“The high cost of data bundles and home broadband subscriptions continue to put truly unlimited internet access beyond the reach of many middle and low-income earners in Kenya,” said Andy. “Our mission is to deploy leading-edge technology to increase the accessibility of the Internet and open the way to far wider usage by far more people.”

“That aim is now seeing us shift towards aggressive growth,” he said.

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Poa! Internet plans to continue its aggressive growth by more than doubling its coverage areas by June 2019, and expects to be five times its current size by the end of this year. The internet’s home broadband allows users to stream 720p high-definition videos and download a 1GB video in minutes.

Poa! Internet is an Internet Service Provider that develops and delivers unlimited, affordable Internet to low-income communities in Nairobi and Kiambu counties in Kenya with the aim of contributing to local social and economic growth. As one of Kenya’s fastest growing ISPs, Poa! Internet currently operates in Kibera, Kawangware, Jamhuri, Kabiria, Kiambu, Ting’ang’a and Kirigiti and now in Kangemi.

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