To Attend Cassper Nyovest’s Show or Stream Champions League Final Via Telkom’s Double 4G Data?

Telkom Kenya Plaza

Telkom Kenya Plaza‘Tito Mboweni… Tito Mboweni… Sha Sha!!!!’

Well, that line only makes sense if you are a big fan of South Africa’s hip-hop artist, Cassper Nyovest. Cassper will or has already jetted into the country for a performance that will be staged at Ngong Racecourse on May 26. The show will be graced by popular local artists such as Papa Jones, Fena and Octopizzo.

The tech aspect of his piece is linked to the fact that Telkom Kenya is gifting a lucky user with a free ticket to the performance. This is part of the telco’s #EveryBobCounts campaign that targets to net more Kenyans into its network owing to its well-priced products (data, voice and SMS).

All you need to do is explain how every bob counts when it comes to Telkom’s wide array of data bundles.

Our earlier posts have extensively discussed Telkom’s products, especially data bundle plans that have been curated to appeal to ordinary user and corporates. The carrier has sweetened its portfolio with freebies, where subscribers can make free on-net calls and use services such as WhatsApp for free if they purchase certain plans.

The telco’s post-pay plan, which it continues to laud across several social media channels, is equally appealing for groups that make lots of phone calls. It costs KES 2499 per month, and specifics are highlighted in this post.

Nevertheless, those who would rather skip the performance at Ngong for soccer night (the Champions League will be played at the same night) should be glad to note that the match between Real Madrid and Liverpool will be streamed live on YouTube courtesy of BT Sport. For the majority of Kenyans who do not have access to robust Wi-Fi connections, there are several data bundle options by Telkom that can link you up to an uninterrupted stream – better if you are within LTE-supported zones for double the data allocation.


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