Nairobi, April 3, 2017…Telkom Kenya has upgraded its Mobile Network in Kijabe to 3G.
This is part of Telkom Kenya’s ongoing long term and wider network modernisation and expansion project across the country.
The telco is undertaking service upgrades across its network, enabling Kenyans to enjoy an improved experience on Mobile and Data service. 3G will ensure consumers are able to enjoy better voice quality and faster Internet speeds.
Kijabe, within Kiambu County, is an urban town; home to a growing Kenyan population that is also home to the well-known AIC Kijabe Mission Hospital, internationally renowned for its sophisticated surgery and anesthesia services.
Telkom Kenya also recently signed a contract with the Ministry of ICT and the National Constituency Development Fund (NCDF) that will see the telco install 1,160 Constituency Incubation Hubs across the country. One such success is to be found in Limuru Constituency, within Kiambu County. Limuru was the first constituency in the pilot phase of the incubation hubs project. These hubs are to benefit youth entrepreneurs by way of helping them develop their ICT skills and applications, bringing them into the digital world and enabling them to grow and start new businesses.