Ebru TV: Kibera Now Has a Community Wifi

Internet use in the country, from time to time, is associated with the haves in the society. On the contrary, the situation is different in kibra after an internet provider company poa launched wifi services at affordable price. Many residents say the services has come as a reprieve, offering an alternative in the area to connect with the world.

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Mike Puchol
Talk Africa: Low-income internet records rampant growth in kenya

A low-cost Internet service provider in the low-income slums of Kibera and Kawangware, Nairobi, poa! internet has now registered over 1500 new home Internet connections as hundreds of users who previously subscribed to their Sh10 an hour and Sh50 a day public Wi-Fi move to poa!’s Sh1500 a month wireless home internet service.

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Mike Puchol
Capital FM: Internet provider signs up 1,500 home users in Kibera

Low-cost internet service provider Poa! Internet says it has signed over 1,500 new home internet connections in Kibera – Africa’s largest slum – to their Sh1,500 a month wireless home internet service. The company says they have hundreds of users who have previously subscribed to their Sh10 an hour and Sh50 a day public Wi-Fi before the new monthly package was introduced.

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Mike Puchol
Telecom Paper: Poa! signs up 1,500 home internet connections

Budget internet provider Poa!, serving the low-income slums of Kibera and Kawangware in Nairobi, has now registered over 1,500 home connections. Hundreds of users of Poa!'s KES 10 an hour and KES 50 a day public Wi-Fi have moved to Poa!'s KES 1,500 a month wireless home internet service. The wireless home service lets slum residents connect up to five devices to their router at any time.

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Mike Puchol