mindOne of the main reasons why the 3 analogue TV stations are not receiving any support online, especially on their own Facebook comments, is because the people reading their posts are uninterested in what they offer.

Honestly speaking, most Kenyans below the age of 30 get their news from blogs, Facebook and Twitter. Once in a while they’ll tune in, e.g when Nairobi Aviation is being exposed, but a lot more will catch up on YouTube.

This generation will definitely be happy with what Airtel launched yesterday – a new package dubbed UnlimiNET.

It’s a lot like Safaricom’s Postpay bundles, but ten times better.

It comes in three packages; Daily, Weekly and Monthly.

Each is then divided into two price categories. Here’s a table.

Daily
unlimiNET Daily 1 day validity
Price KSHS 50 100
Data MB 100* 300*
Voice (All Local networks) Min 20 60
SMS (All Local networks) SMS 100 500

*Plus UNLIMITED WhatsApp, Facebook, Gmail, Twitter & Instagram at full speed and browsing at 256kbps

 

Weekly
unlimiNET Weekly 7 day validity
Price KSHS 250 500
Data MB 500* 1500*
Voice (All Local networks) Min 100 300
SMS (All Local networks) SMS 500 2500

*Plus UNLIMITED WhatsApp, Facebook, Gmail, Twitter & Instagram at full speed and browsing at 256kbps

 

Monthly
unlimiNET Monthly 30 day validity
Price KSHS 1000 2000
Data MB 2000* 6000*
Voice (All Local networks) Min 400 1200
SMS (All Local networks) SMS 2000 10000

*Plus UNLIMITED WhatsApp, Facebook, Gmail, Twitter & Instagram at full speed and browsing at 256kbps

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This is by probably the best all inclusive package offered by a mobile service provider in Kenya. I think the Sh2000 monthly option is the most cost effective, and it appears they want to lead everyone there. I rarely look at such offers twice, but I’m seriously thinking about this one. I just have to figure out a way that M-Pesa money can reach me on Airtel.