Here’s where to get a Bamba TV decoder in Mombasa

Bamba TV Set Top Box

Bamba TV Set Top Box

The digital migration process in Kenya has taken an interesting turn in the last few months thanks to a tug of war between the three big media houses in the country under the Africa Digital Network banner and the regulator, the Communications Authority of Kenya. While that went on, it never stopped the entry of new players like Radio Africa Group’s Bamba TV and even telecommunications giant Safaricom. For Radio Africa’s Bamba TV, it has been making inroads in Nairobi since launch and has recently become available in Kenya’s second largest city, the coastal town of Mombasa. We have had several enquiries on where to find the Bamba TV decoders in Mombasa and its environs by our readers.

We reached out to the Bamba TV team and here are the various outlets where you can get your Bamba TV decoder in Mombasa at just Ksh 3,300 only and enjoy at least 50 channels:

  • Nakumatt Cinemax
  • Nakumatt Diani
  • Nakumat Bamburi
  • Tuskys Bandari
  • Tuskys Haile Selassie
  • Tuskys Digo
  • Tuskys Mtwapa
  • Naivas Nyali
  • Uchumi Hyper Mombasa
  • Aba Sheikh

We hope that Radio Africa Group is considering increasing distributorship of the decoders to several other popular electronics stores in the city like Airlite Electronics, Shankar and Space Electronics and others and also address emerging issues like signal quality around the city and the availability of all the promised channels.


  1. Bamba Set Top Box is ok. However, the remote control buttons are not user friendly – poorly done plastic. You have to press them very hard to work. Is any other user experiencing the same?

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