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Orange Kenya Launches Post-Paid Service as Safaricom Kills Its Own

by Caroline Vutagwa
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After Safaricom announced it will terminate its post-paid services for KES 1000 and KES 2500, Orange Telecom Kenya has today launched Biashara Talk, a post-paid service targeted at Small office Home office (SoHo)customers and small businesses.


Users can now enjoy high voice quality by acquiring a new landline number, or get to re-activate their old business landline as well as migrate their active landline to a wireless network while maintaining their existing phone number. The post paid service is based on a single number, meaning one SIM per offer and businesses can choose to purchase as many numbers as required. In addition, Biashara Talk customers can create multiple phone extensions for their businesses.

Biashara Talk monthly bundles range from KES 1,000, to KES 10,000, all with 30-day validity periods. These provide calling rates as low as KES 2 within the network or KES 3 outside the network. The user will also obtain SMS rates as low as KES 0.50 both within and outside the network. Customers using Biashara Talk on their data-enabled GSM devices can receive data services for as little as KES 3 per 1 MB.


“As part of our greater network transformation programme, our key objective is to support the growth of the entire market chain: SMEs, large Corporates as well as public sector organisations to cope with their dynamic ICT needs. We aim to build on best practices and benefits, thereby bringing wealth of innovative products and services to the country,” says Company CEO Mickael Ghossein.

Mr Ghossein adds that this new service goes to demonstrate the company’s dedication to constantly tailor its products and solutions with the customer in mind and aim to deliver more value, flexibility and satisfaction to their existing customers as well as present a sound and exciting proposition that will attract new customers.

As it is a postpaid service, managing one’s account will be easier, since customers can check their bills on the Orange e-bill portal. One can pay for bundles at any Orange shop, through Orange Money or via a bank transfer.


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