In what looks like a save than a re-branding, Orange Kenya has dissolved and joined hands to increase the quest for Kenya’s mobile subscribers.
The move has seen introduction of WhatsApp which can be accessed free of charge, free calls and free text messages within their network.
“We are looking at a new era where Telkom Kenya will no longer be looked at as a ‘sleeping giant’, as has been the case, and our users and the market are about to witness a new entity,” said the firm’s new chief technology officer, John Bororot.
— President of Kenya (@PresidentKE) June 6, 2017
The telecommunication firm, owned by a French Company Helios has been making losses since its inception times.
— Anne Mumbi Warui (@MumbiWarui) June 6, 2017