Safaricom has gifted all users its network users 500MB of data, users can get the offer by simply dialling *544*0# to activate the offer.
Kenya mzima inapata 500MBs Free, yes Sare! Yaani, no more holding back! You can now stay online 24/7 on Kenya’s best network. Simply dial *544*0# to activate your offer.
Note: 500MBS valid until midnight. #BrowseBilaWaas #500mbFree pic.twitter.com/CLN9MysqIN
— Safaricom PLC (@SafaricomPLC) March 3, 2021
The offer is part of the second edition of the ‘Browse Bila Waas’ campaign that will see customers enjoy free 500MB daily bonus data with every purchase of a personalized no-expiry data bundle.
Both Prepay and PostPay customers can access their personalised data bundles on *544# under the option “0” – Special Data Deals.
Upon purchase of the bundle, which is available every day until 23rd May 2021, customers will instantly receive a bonus of 500MB data valid until midnight of the same day.
“Safaricom exists to transform lives. By expanding our network coverage, giving our customers more data for less and availing affordable 4G devices, we seek to empower more Kenyans to tap into the opportunities that come with internet access,” said Peter Ndegwa, Chief Executive Officer, Safaricom.
Growing demand for data has seen Safaricom partner with Google to enable its customers to acquire quality 4G devices via flexible payment plans.
Currently, the Neon Ray Pro, which is bundled with free WhatsApp for 3 months, is available at all Safaricom shops, Masoko.com and dealer outlets at a discounted price of KES 3,999/- while stocks last. Customers can also acquire the device by making a deposit of KES 500 and paying KES 20 daily for the balance.
Last month, Safaricom was ranked by umlaut as having the best network for data and calls across the country for the fourth year in a row.
The mobile operator has been aggressively expanding its 4G coverage with a goal of having 100% of its network on 4G. In 2020, Safaricom rolled out more than 1,600 new sites, bringing its 4G reach to more than 92 per cent of the country’s population.