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“No love in the connection’ as Safaricom’s con is exposed over revamped Home Fibre

Safaricom Chief Customer Officer Sylvia Muthoni Mulinge (Left) and CEO Peter Ndegwa

Safaricom Plc announced that they’ll be ‘permanently increasing their Home Fibre speeds effective 1st March 2020.

Seems like Netizens took their time to study the ramifications of the new deal which was at that time coated as a good thing, because, yap, to the laymen, increasing speeds of internet connection is a good thing, right?

Wrong, the devil in the detail of that shift has been discovered.

IT Gurus have dissected the offer and here are some of their takes; it is a protest.

Cartel Networks: Safaricom Deteriorating Since Bob Collymore Died

Some best takes:

“Safaricom without Bob = no thoughts of solutions. The guy in charge thinks like Uhuru – when things go wrong, his first thoughts are restrictions and lectures (see the part on downtimes). Completely unimaginative and they’ll self destruct like this”, Toph Beifong, First of Her Name (@W_Asherah), said

“Safaricom doubled internet speeds to hide that their fibre internet is now LIMITED!!”, mavavya (Dexxe)

“The current Safaricom really thinks we owe them something. It’s why they came up with garbage like Twende Tukiuke. We owe them our time, our thoughts – we should be cleverer and think through things for them. It’s becoming a horrid company, Toph Beifong, First of Her Name (@W_Asherah), said

(We hope they don’t delete their posts)

Long takes:

Observation: Safaricom Is Collapsing


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