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Safaricom launches free Matatu hotspots

14 June 2013, 14:27

Nairobi - Safaricom has partnered with PSV operators in an initiative that will see passengers access free internet in more than 200 matatu’s and buses by September this year.

A total of 46 PSV vehicles plying the Buruburu, Langata, Rongai, Umoja, Githurai, Dandora, Kiambu and Kenyatta University routes have already been fitted with subsidised Wi-Fi routers in the Kshs.7 million initiative which is part of the Telco’s on-going effort to grow its data footprint.

The move will give customers the opportunity to remain connected to unlimited 3G internet without having to use their existing bundles. Buses on the Nairobi- Mombasa route will also offer the innovative new service.

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