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Yahsat offers satellite broadband internet service to Kenya

Posted 1 October 2014 · Add Comment

Yahsat is offering a free satellite modem and dish for new YahClick subscribers to selected service plans as part of its commitment to deliver affordable, reliable and high speed internet connectivity in Kenya. The offer is available via the local YahClick service providers Skynet and SimbaNET.

Running only until stocks last, this promotion offers subscribers significant savings on equipment costs when signing up to selected YahClick Business or Home service plans in Kenya via YahClick Service Partners. As part of the promotion, new YahClick subscribers can get a free satellite modem and dish for Business subscription plans for speeds ranging from 3Mbps or higher or they can enjoy a KSh 21,750 discount on equipment for 2Mbps or lower plans. Subscribers to Home 3 Mbps plans or higher will only pay the discounted equipment charge of KSh 19,575 when they subscribe for three months upfront.

David Murphy, chief commercial officer of Yahsat, said, “YahClick is a game changing technology currently bringing high speed connectivity for businesses and individuals across YahClick’s area of operation, whether they are in the middle of the city, or in the remotest of locations. The YahClick promotion presents significant savings so an even greater number of subscribers can benefit from instant connectivity through reliable satellite broadband internet. Smart businesses are always watching their bottom line, so cost savings are always a welcome message.

“Today, internet connectivity is a must for businesses and households alike. YahClick is a powerful broadband solution that is making state of the art technology available to the average household, not just high end businesses. This promotion is a further demonstration of YahClick’s commitment to making internet connectivity even more affordable to unserved and underserved communities who need it the most,” said Murphy.

YahClick is designed to provide satellite broadband internet to all and is set to open new business opportunities and connectivity to a wide range of industries, NGOs, government, educational organisations, and home users throughout its coverage area by providing reliable, high-bandwidth Internet connectivity to urban, rural and even remote communities.

Skynet and SimbaNET offer a selection of YahClick service plans that bundle hardware, software and local support services to meet the speed and data needs of businesses, government organisations, NGOs, and households.
 

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