Safaricom is Kenya's largest mobile network operator by subscriber base. You'll find in this forum a lot of useful information on the telco and its operations and services.
Anything and everything we use and interact with.
Telkom Kenya recently rebranded from using the Orange name back to Telkom Kenya, both as a company and as the brand name. This included change of corporate colours from Orange, white and black to Blue and Yellow, introduction of 4G alongside interesting data prices and an enthusiastic team to get things moving to the next phase.
Android is the world's most popular mobile operating system. It powers everything from phones to tablets to smart wearable devices to televisions.In this Android sub-forum, we'll be happy to provide various solutions and answers to all your Android-related queries.
Samsung is one of the biggest electronics companies on the planet. It makes everything from smart handheld devices to home appliances. Post all your Samsung related queries here.
Here you'll find all you need to know about hardware and software from Microsoft. From Office to Windows 10 to Windows 10 Mobile.
Everything about Infinix goes, from old devices already discussed, new devices, software updates, software and hardware challenges? Let's get this conversation going.
Just because Oneplus.
Airtel Kenya is the second largest mobile network operator in Kenya by subscriber base. Learn more about its products and services on this forum.
Tecno is one of the fastest rising mobile device brands on the African continent. With a strong presence in over 20 African countries, Tecno Mobile is currently flying high with several products.
Here you'll find all the wallpapers we're using and links to where you can get them in all their high-resolution glory. You can share what you have as well. We don't own the copyright to any of the content you'll find here, of course.
Huawei, is a Chinese company that is one of the top 5 smartphone vendors in the world.
Once the cock of the walk, BlackBerry is now the feather duster of mobile. It is trying to remedy the situation by turning to Android. Will that change things?
Equitel is a virtual mobile network operating riding on Airtel Kenya's network infrastructure. It's main focus is making it easier to make financial transactions from mobile thanks to its tie-in with Equity Bank and the target market is the bank's customers.
iPhone, iPad, iPod and Mac territory.