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Here Are Some of The Best WIFI Packages In Kenya

WiFi Kenya

In this article, we have compiled some of the best, most affordable and reliable Wifi packages in Kenya. The prices may vary depending on the time you read this article. However, these are the most recent prices.

WiFi Packages in Kenya

Poa Internet

This low-cost internet provider costs KES 1500 a month with speeds of up to 4Mbps. The package also gives access to 3000 free UKO poa! Public Wi-Fi hotspots.

Zuku Internet

Zuku offers unlimited internet. Its prices are however not as great as those of Telkom’s.  It starts with 5Mbps all the way to 250 Mbps. The only benefit is the addition of a TV and telephone package.

Safaricom Home Fibre

The unlimited Safaricom Home fibre Internet allows you to have fast, reliable and unlimited internet access in your home. However, the internet is only available in some regions. It starts from 5Mbps to 40Mbps.

Telkom Kenya

A Telkom 4G Router – This comes bundled with;

  • 4G SIM card on the home data profile
  • FREE 10GB data valid for a month
  • Once the data bundle allocation is exhausted, browsing will be charged  at out of bundle rate  – Ksh 2/MB
  • Unused data bundles do not roll over to the next month
  • If the customer buys another bundle before the expiry of an existing bundle, the bundles will accumulate
  • Customers on home data will enjoy other services:
    • Making calls  on-net and off-net – Ksh 4/- per minute
    • Sending SMS on-net and off-net – Ksh 1/- per SMS

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Faiba Internet

Faiba offers internet for home and business users in Nairobi. Its services, unlike the rest, start from 30 Mbps all the way up to 125 Mbps.

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  1. When I saw the in title ‘cheapest’ I was hoping to see some names other than these big 3., (POA WiFi et al)
    That Telkom one isn’t even ‘legit wifi’ just a plus size MiFi. And even then, their regular mobile bundles are better value! ???‍♂️

    Should have called it ‘popular’ instead.

  2. We people who are staying far from major towns how can we access WIFI in our homes?

  3. well said….i was hoping to see the meaning of the title too


  5. Best Wi-Fi 6 router. TP-Link Archer AX6000. $300 at Amazon.
    Best router on a budget. D-Link DIR-867. See at Amazon.
    Best mesh router. Nest Wifi. $269 at Best Buy.
    Best mesh value. Netgear Orbi (dual-band, AC1200) $129 at Walmart.
    Best mesh performance. Netgear Orbi 6 (tri-band, AX6000) $700 at Amazon

  6. Please give details

  7. Can they be used in Kenya and do you bring them in

  8. Hi guys?plz help me which is the best WiFi in my home at a lower price.i need it plz

  9. I have a WiFi router connection used by my neighbour previously, but since he relocated he left me the router but it’s not activated yet since he left…I would love to use it and he told me he used to pay ksh1800 per month…please help!!! ([email protected])

  10. Airtel mifi

  11. Telkom unlimited is a big lie and not legit. Better buying bundles than paying the 4k unlimited one.

  12. This isn’t a list of the cheapest. In fact, it’s the direct opposite. Safaricom shouldn’t even be on the list, they are, without a doubt, the most expensive.

    Airtel MiFi is cheap and reliable. For a MiFi solution.
    Faiba is cheaper than both Airtel and Safaricom for home installations – but it can be very unreliable sometimes. I have had occasions where I don’t have Internet for a few days. Unrelated to power (KPLC) issues.

    For MiFi (portable WiFi), go with Airtel.
    For home, choose Faiba, or Airtel.

    Leave Safaricom to M-PESA only.

  13. Does it cover rural areas?

  14. To get connected to Faiba from JTL email me on [email protected]

  15. Poa Internet is the cheapest in town but their internet is the most pathetic, Airtel’s sluggish speed is way better… They sell you 4Mbps but deliver ≤2.5Mbps, and as if that is not enough, loading a light website like takes 1 minute of refreshing. nkt… Their customer care doesn’t care answering customers calls and messenger texts….

  16. Wifi internet is slower than zuku or safaricom fibre. But is it enough to access fast writing websites like .
    There are some internet provides that can connect you at any remote place. just not as reliable as fibre internet.

  17. To get connected to Safaricom home fiber, kindly email me [email protected]

  18. FHLFiber is the best above all, for both wireless and optic upto 6Mbps @ 1800/-
    And 70mbps @16,599/-

  19. Apparently my region is not covered in any of the Safaricom Home fiber, Faiba and Zuku, which are the most reliable internet providers am stuck dont know what to do, my job require a high internet connectivity.. I have know knoweldge of these cheap internet providers, am done with airtel and telcom, they are a total mess

  20. We need internet boosters.

  21. Which ones? I am in remote area.

  22. has anybody tried Ramitech Africa home internet, they say it is powered by seacom?

  23. Which internet providers can reach me , in a rural place that is

  24. Can they offer internet in rural places

  25. Can’t access that link

  26. Is FHL legit and reliable?

  27. tried it, quite reliable with a little bit of downtime once in a while, but the 5mbps package will handle your streaming needs just fine

  28. You should try Safaricom’s LTE 3Mbps at ksh 3999 and after the depletion of 200GB the speed is slowed to 1Mbps

  29. Everybody should try mawingu WiFi the best

  30. Faiba 4g is garbage. Even with full bars, the speed is 2g. Customer care is the worst. Maybe some people get 4g speeds, but I’m yet to meet one. If you don’t believe me, check the messages on their Facebook page. I have used all the other networks, and I can say without a doubt that IT IS THE WORST INTERNET EXPERIENCE I’VE EVER HAD.

  31. Search mawingu internet.

  32. Hi Anfernee, your article was great. It was very helpful and much needed information. Your article was clear, consistent, and well-researched. Thanks.

  33. Need advise on the best wifi to install at home… Anyone with the best reference

  34. Hello, an academic writer for hire here… if you wish to have services during this peak season kindly let’s work together. Thanks

    1. I am an essay writer please i need a job

  35. Vayacom is a hidden gem. Excellent home fibre and very reliable and extremely fast. They have that personal touch that other ISPs don’t provide.

  36. I agree. why is africa this expensive.

  37. yes , they have poor support , n and some rude staff …but quick to ask for monthy pay

  38. Yes,Ramitech Africa Systems home internet have poor support , n and some rude staff …but quick to ask for monthly pay. if you have another option please choose it

  39. Sadly this country has no reliable internet connection, If it is not capping speeds, it is low speeds, if it is not low speeds, it is a shared connection.

  40. in have been using poa internet since i shifted from telcom then to faiba, Poa is the best. Usiexpect kitu ya kupewa bro. these POA guys are legit…

    1. connect me if it is legit because am using it in research

  41. Wanna give more info about it ?

  42. Has anyone tried Lime Fibre

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