Airtel Kenya is targeting to make a Ksh. 19 billion ($188,943,220) investment in Kenya over the course of the next three years. This move will be geared towards improving the telecom’s network quality, products and services to its subscribers in Kenya.
Adil El Youssefi, the Airtel Kenya CEO, said, “Airtel’s journey in Kenya has been a fascinating and exciting one. Airtel, an ambitious front runner in the technology industry, has helped millions of Kenyans plug into the local and global community. We push the boundaries of technology, constantly innovating, and drawing on our entrepreneurial spirit to provide our customers a window to the world.”
The planned investment will go towards improving the telecom’s voice and data services, Airtel shops and brand equity development, staff training programs, customer service improvement and community development programs across Kenya.
Airtel, which is currently undertaking its phase two of network upgrade, is set to improve drastically internet speed and provide a more stable internet service. The telecom partnered with Nokia Networks, one of the leading mobile broadband specialists in the world, to deploying the latest wireless technologies in Kenya.
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