Before the advent of digital TV across Africa, many countries such as Kenya was awash with counterfeits knock-off mobile phones from China. The phones came with gigantic specs but had quite the mediocre performance.
Talk about a phone with triple-SIM cards slots, dual microSD slot, dual and sometimes triple LED torch lamps. The icing on the cake was the analog TV tuner that came built in the phones. These phones came with imitative names such as Nokla, a strategic name meant to dupe users into thinking it is a Nokia phone. You would be surprised just how many people woke around with this knock-off Nokia-wanna-be thinking it is the real deal.
However, all that changed when the Communication Authority (CA) of Kenya in collaboration with the telecoms. They carried out a crackdown of fake phones and turning off cellular services for all counterfeit phones. The final nail in the counterfeit phones coffin was hit with the switching off of analogue TV signals and replaced by the digital television.
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