Zuku Fiber Launches in Nakuru as It Expands to More Towns

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Mr Thomas Hintze, Wananchi Group Chief Executive Officer, speaking during the launch of Zuku Fiber in Nakuru
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Christmas comes early for the residents of Nakuru as Wananchi Group’s Zuku Fiber expands in the Rift Valley town. Zuku has been able to connect over 500,000 homes and wants to connect more homes with this expansion to Nakuru with its unrivalled Fiber to Home service.

Nakuru residents will get to experience Zuku’s Triple Play service that covers digital TV, telephone and unlimited internet service. The pocket-friendly package comes in bundles that will satisfy users depending on their budget and you get to stay connected and entertained at the same time.

Internet Speed(Mbps)Digital TVPrice (Ksh)
5-2,199
5Tv2,499
10-3,499
10TV3,699

As an added bonus, customers won’t have to pay the installation fee of Ksh 7,500. Zuku will offer the Wi-Fi router and the digital TV decoder for free too saving you Ksh 12,000 and Ksh 2,500 respectively. Customers who get connected will also get the Zuku telephone and airtime worth Ksh 499 for free. This deal is too good to let go and makes the perfect Christmas gift. Once connected, expect to be entertained this holiday season either from streaming music videos, movies and live gaming to watching all your favourite Tv shows all in one place.

Here’s how to get connected

If you’re interested and want to get connected, you can reach out to their ZukuFiber shop that’s located at Westside Mall in Nakuru. Zuku has also set up branded gazebos around Nakuru town inKoroga gardens, Lions Academy and Jamhuri academy. For further enquiries, you can contact Zuku here:

~Fiber Customer Service : 0 205 205 205
~Mobile : 0732132200 / 0719028200
~ E-mail: support@zukufiber.co.ke

Next Rollout Phase

Nakuru won’t be the only town getting Zuku Fibre as other towns are getting it including Thika, Naivasha, Eldoret and Kisumu that are in the pipeline for the next rollout phase. “Though Kenya has a high mobile internet penetration, there is high demand for home broadband internet services because of Kenya’s growing data demand. Domestic data consumption is about 200 to 500 times than what is used on mobiles,” Mr Thomas Hintze, Wananchi Group Chief Executive Officer, speaking during the launch. Also in attendance was Mr Michael Dabaly, the company’s Chief Commercial Officer and Njeri Wakahiu, Wananchi Group Sales Development Manager.

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