Safaricom Unveils New Home Fibre Packages Inclusive of Data, Insurance

Kajiado News Update

Kajiado News Update

We are bold in presenting our news as we move to all Maa counties across the country.

Safaricom today unveiled new home fibre solutions that will allow consumers to access mobile voice, mobile data, SMS and home fibre as one package.

Safaricom House in Westlands.
Kenyans largest telco says that the move is aimed at saving its customers from the baggage of having to pay for the services differently and at a higher cost.

The packages include the Bronze Plus, Silver Plus, Gold Plus and Diamond Plus.

Bronze Plus will be available to customers for Sh 3,400 and is inclusive of unlimited SMS, 5 mbps bandwidth, 2 GB data bundle and a 100 minutes worth of airtime.

Silver Plus available at Sh 4,999 comprises of a 4GB data bundle, unlimited SMS, 10 mbps bandwidth and 200 minutes worth of airtime.

Gold Plus will be available to customers at Sh 6,699 comprises of 20 mbps bandwidth, unlimited SMS, 4 GB bundle and 200 minutes worth of airtime.

The most expensive of the home fibre packages is the Diamond Plus which presents to customers the option of having 40 mbps, 4GB, 200 minutes worth of airtime as well as unlimited SMS.

In a statement to newsrooms, Safaricom’s Chief Customer Officer Sylvia Mulinge said that the new solution is an adaptation to its customers’ needs which are now been made easier by the digital transformation.

“Three years ago, we began our Home Fibre journey in response to demand from our customers for fast, reliable and unlimited connectivity at home. Our latest all-in-one offering that seeks to cater to their communication demands both in and out of the home,” said Ms. Mulinge.

Safaricom has also partnered with Jubilee Insurance to provide home fibre customers with a preferential home insurance cover which will not be require customers to compile an inventory of their household goods in order to benefit from the policy.

“This partnership with Safaricom is just the beginning. We will continue to disrupt the industry so as to reach more people with our insurance solutions so they can live free,” said Winnie Njau, General Manager – General Insurance Business, Jubilee Insurance.

Safaricom’s Home Fibre service has passed more than 213,000 homes across the country and is available in Nairobi, Nakuru, Mombasa, Kisumu, Eldoret, Thika, Bungoma, Kitale, Nyeri and Nanyuki among other towns.

In Nairobi, the service is available in Nyayo Estate, Imara Daima, South B, Langata Estate, Ongata Rongai, Kiambu Road, Ruaka, Runda, Parklands, Westlands, Kileleshwa, Mountain View, Kinoo and Kikuyu among other estates.

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