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Best internet service providers in Kenya and their rates

Kenya’s telecommunications market continues to grow rapidly, thanks to a youthful population hungry for technology.

With access to fast internet, Kenyans have found a channel through which they make their voice heard worldwide.

In no particular order, here are the best internet providers and their rates in Kenya.

Faiba

Faiba operates under the Jamii Telcom umbrella, and majorly focuses on business internet solutions.

It is also found in selected towns all over the country.

They have different data plans, including 1GB for KSh 50, 8GB for KSh 300 and 25GB for KSh 1,000.

Telkom

The ISP has several unlimited internet plans that come with specified data caps under what is referred to as the fair usage policy (FUP).

With this capped plan, users can opt for the 10GB weekly subscription at KSh 1000.

If it gets exhausted, the subscriber can still browse but at a lower speed of 256 Kbps. There is also a 1 month 30 GB data plan that costs KSh 3000.

Safaricom Home

The giant telecommunications company has invested heavily to ensure its customers can access fast, reliable internet, among other services.

It is one of the internet service providers with the highest coverage.

Customers have a choice of different Fibre to Home internet packages starting from as low as KSh 2,500 per month with speeds of 5Mbps to KSh 9,999 at 40 Mbps per month.

Zuku

Zuku is among the home internet pioneers in Kenya operating Wananchi Group operates the company, and it offers a range of services not only on the internet but also on television.

Zuku is believed to have close to 50% in fibre home internet connection with speeds of up to 50Mpbs. The packages are not fixed but come in different plans that range from KSh 2499 for 10Mbps to KSh 4999 for 60Mpbs.

Airtel

The company is one of the cheapest internet providers in Kenya. Airtel smart home comes with a wireless router that can serve up to 8 users.

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Kevin Koech is a Kenyan blogger writing on governance, fraud, politics, social media and celebrity gossip with over three years of experience in digital content creation with an incline in editing
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