Tag: Telkom

Inside Ksh6B Telkom Deal: How Money Changed Hands

The National Assembly Joint Committees on Finance and National Planning and Communication, Information and Innovation have continued the ongoing investigations into the 100% shares Buyback of Telkom Kenya Limited by the Government of Kenya. In a session chaired by Kuria Kimani (Chair, Finance Committee), the...

Airtel, Telkom Customers Can Now Use M-Pesa Paybills

Interoperability for M-Pesa Till number option was launched earlier, in April 2022. The till number and paybill are the two payment options available under Safaricom's Lipa na M-Pesa platform for merchants.

Telkom Customers To Stream Millions Of Songs On Boomplay For Ksh299

Boomplay has announced a partnership with Technology Company Telkom, enabling subscribers to enjoy more affordable music streaming and downloads on the Boomplay app. This partnership will make music more easily accessible to Kenyans, offering subscription packages that will enable Telkom users to access the over...

Telkom Challenges M-Shwari Dominance With New Mobile Loans

With the new product, Telkom will be looking to compete with Safaricom, which has market-leading mobile lending products in M-Shwari, KCB M-Pesa and Fuliza. In a similar set up to Safaricom's lending products, Telkom's offering will be offered in partnership with a financial institution.

Telkom Launches Changa Bundle To Enable Customers Share Data, Minutes, Voice And SMSs

Telkom has launched the Changa Bundle to enable Kenyans share data, minutes, voice and SMSs. Telkom prepaid customers now have the opportunity to acquire 100 GB of data, 200 on-net minutes, 50 off-net minutes, and 200 SMSs for Ksh1500. This Changa Bundle can be shared with three to five friends...

Why Safaricom’s Long-Time Customers Are Disillusioned

Beyond the contradicting memos and announcements that characterized the process forcing CA and Chiloba to walk balk their initial declarations and offer clarification, the registration saga has opened a pandora's box as Kenyans reveal more bones they have to pick with East Africa's most profitable company.