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Airtel Kenya Confirms They Did Not Launch Non-Expiring Data Bundles

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Contrary to yesterday’s report, Bharti Africa’s Airtel Kenya has confirmed that they did not launch non-expiring bundles.

Many Kenyans thought the Telco, which is set to merge with Telkom Kenya to topple Safaricom’s dorminance, was now, if not yet this very moment, ready to take Saf head-on.

Our checks on the USSD the had launched (#BesureNaAirtel) reveals that telco only launched new data prices – some of which are actually good deals – but nothing on bundles that don’t expire.

A twitter user asked them on Twitter about the so called non-expiring bundles, and they’re yet to respond many hours later.

But they responded to a comment on the post when a twitter user had posed a question to them.

Here is the response Airtel Kenya customer care rep posted a few minutes ago.

The new data prices from Airtel are actually quite enticing for anyone who specifically does weekly, and monthly subscriptions—that’s if you are in an area that the Telco network works with the 21st century speed.

 

 


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