February 14, 2018 IBOMLLC Team

Will Songa by Safaricom music streaming service live up to the competition? The alternatives have free access

Innov8tiv
Innov8tiv – Blacks In Technology in USA, UK, Caribbean Islands & Africa

Kenya’s leading telecommunication company Safaricom has launched a new music streaming service, Songa by Safaricom. The service works by users installing the Songa mobile app, and to have access to the over two million songs – both local and intentional content – the user will have to choose between different packages of daily access at Ksh. 25 ($0.25), weekly at Ksh 150 ($1.5) and a monthly at Ksh 499 ($5).

Safaricom as a brand has made a name in delivery top notch products. Be it mobile data internet connection, TV-box with an internet connection and just about every other service the company rolls out is top notch. However, there is always a competition, which though might not necessarily deliver the top-notch grade products, it is still much more affordable than the Safaricom product.

Such is the case with Songa by Safaricom. Kenyan users now have a choice between the free streaming services like YouTube, Mdundo, Jango, and Songa by Safaricom. Note you will only need mobile data to stream music from YouTube, Mdundo, and the international service Jango. While with Songa, you will need both mobile data …read more

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