Ken Njoroge is an ambitious man. When Ken tells you that he intends (not wants, intends) to grow Cellulant into a company that has 100 million customers in Africa paying them US$ 1.00 per month by 2015 you don’t get the impression he is kidding – you know he means
Press Release The Lower Indian Ocean Network submarine cable (LION2) operated by Telkom Kenya, a subsidiary of the France Telecom Group, has gone live. Telkom Kenya Chief Executive Mr. Mickhael Ghossein said LION2, whose laying cost over Ksh 5.7 billion (57 million Euros), is now operational and will significantly boost
Press Release subscribers in sections of Nairobi will from next week access the Internet at much faster speeds of 42 Mbps after a system upgrade. Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore said initial roll-out will involve subscribers in the firm’s Data Belt within the Central Business District (CBD), Kileleshwa, Kilimani and Westlands.