Airtel Kenya has completed the first phase of its network upgrade in the city of Nairobi, in a bid to significantly enhance general quality of service for customers in the area.
The network upgrade makes Airtel Kenya 4G LTE ready. Currently available to selected parts of Nairobi, the service will expand to more areas in the city in the course of the year.
Kenya joins the ranks of only a few African countries to get 4G LTE mobile broadband. Seychelles and and Rwanda had 4G mobile broadband since November 2014.
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