Telkom Kenya has many data bundle plans. One of the popular kinds is Mzito Bundle.
The operator has today reviewed the product for the better or worse depending on how you look at it. Telkom says that the changes aim to make the bundle more competitive to what the rivals offer.
Here are the changes:
|MZITO 500||MZITO 1000||MZITO 2000|
|DATA||3 GB||3 GB||8 GB||10 GB||17 GB||25 GB|
|VALIDITY||30 days||No expiry||30 days||No expiry||30 days||30 days|
|PRICE||KES 500||KES 500||KES 1000||KES 1000||KES 2000||KES 2000|
As seen, the KES 500 and KES 1000 Mzito bundles do not expire. The expensive plan at KES 2000 expires after 30 days. Upon expiry, subscribers will be allowed to buy another bundle before the existing bundle expires, which will see a cumulative increase in their data and minutes.
Telkom has also slashed the minutes in the new plan for all tiers.
Data allocation has increased, which is a good thing, but how about groups that want more minutes?
Other elements remain the same.
“The new combo bundle is built with the evolving data and experience needs of our customers in mind. While they continue to demand for affordability, they are also keen on holistic and comprehensive offerings that address their dynamic needs: browsing, downloading, streaming and updating their apps, actions that are now integral in everyday life,” says Eric ACHOLA, Telkom’s Director for Marketing.
Subscribers check the updated Mzito under the Combo bundles by dialing *544*1# or via the My Telkom App and My Account portal. T-Kash users can access the New Mzito bundles under the Data Bundles menu option, via *160#.
Too bad no more night bundle, that’s a loss os 10GB every night for 30 days. Loose 300GB and 150 minutes only to be compensated with 2GB, bad deal
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