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Safaricom “working hard” on Kenya’s national security system.

Safaricom "working hard" on Kenya's national security system

Mobile phone company's CEO Bob Collymore says phase one will be completed by year-end.

Safaricom shareholders approve yuMobile acquisition.

Safaricom shareholders approve yuMobile acquisition

Deal will help Kenya's biggest mobile network bolt on more spectrum and launch LTE.

Kenya’s mobile money agent numbers hit 103,660.

Kenya’s mobile money agent numbers hit 103,660

Strong growth among agents despite a rather flat market in the East African country.

Equity Bank’s ultra-slim SIMs are secure - analyst.

Equity Bank's ultra-slim SIMs are secure - analyst

Safaricom's concerns are unjustified says a Frost & Sullivan consultant.

Orange Kenya launches country’s first e-care app.

Orange Kenya launches country’s first e-care app

Customers will check and recharge their account balance, and subscribe to Orange services.

yuMobile acquired for $120 million.

yuMobile acquired for $120 million

Safaricom, Airtel buy the Essar Telkom unit, which is Kenya's number three operator.

Kenya’s Equity Bank launches paper-thin SIM card tech.

Kenya’s Equity Bank launches paper-thin SIM card tech

Film-like cards enable customers to use bank’s mobile money without switching networks.

Collymore says yuMobile deal “on the move again”.

Collymore says yuMobile deal “on the move again”

Safaricom making progress in buying smaller rival's infrastructure, says CEO.

Kenya’s yuMobile employees give nod to exit plan.

Kenya’s yuMobile employees give nod to exit plan

Even though a cloud of doubt hangs over whether Safaricom and Airtel will still buy the firm.

Kenya Airways, Airtel partner to launch MVNO.

Kenya Airways, Airtel partner to launch MVNO

Airline and telecoms firm team up to unveil a new mobile operator in the country.

Kenya’s fixed line phone market continues downward slide.

Kenya’s fixed line phone market continues downward slide

Number of connections fall again, says the Communications Commission of Kenya.