ISP in Rongai, Someone help please

Hey, does anyone know of any ISP that is in Rongai and its environment and has good internet supply?

I know that safaricom fiber to the home is in the maasai lodge area and I heard that liquid telecom has a switch at KCB bank.

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I live in Maasai lodge area Rongai and use Safaricom Fibre. So far i haven’t been dissapointed. The speeds are fantastic and streaming of movies flawless

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I live at Laiser hill

eeeh @Bree your title though…hahaha…

SMS the word ‘Fibre’ to 400 then wait for them to call you, they will advise whether they are in that area or not, and when to expect them.

I’ve seen JTL cables all over Rongai, including Laiser hill. I’m not sure when they will start connections to homes

Ahahaha simplest way possible to communicate

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Safaricom is currently laying cables in this area

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In 2017? Kbps? Can it even load a midsized web page?

Hehe :grin: learning new terms here my tech vocabulary is improving

Why are you complicating things, industry standard when selling bandwidth is in bits.

A megabit is styled as “Mbps.” A megabyte is abbreviated as “MBps.” That small capitalized “b” makes a world of difference.

So your packages are…
256KBps equals 2048bits or 2Mbps. = 2,000/-
512KBps equals 4096bits or 4Mbps. = 3,000/-
1 (1024)MBps equals 8192bits or 8Mbps = 5,000-

Simplify and get sales.

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The moment that I saw 256KBps I assumed that it was slow, like a satellite connection. Thankyou for clearing that up @BoazKE.

By the for heavy medium users far away from fibre but have Orange 3g try their triple play, they sell the modern at 9k, it’s 4k per month for 50GB full speed and 512kps after that, a friend is using it at his shop with no speed drop after 50gb, on orange shop they say it’s 50fup,but on the website it’s unlimited, guess they want the option to enforce it if things get clogged

There is a difference between KBps and Kbps as well as MBps and Mbps. At least you should make that clear.

They told me it’s 256kbps once you reach the set FUP limit. You can also use it on a CDMA modem (but Orange stopped selling this). The service works on CDMA and I remember back then unlimited on CDMA was truely unlimited unlike on GSM where the FUP has never changed or improved.

Let me try and confirm something about it. I’m not sure how they issue a landline-like number (used on CDMA) on a device that works on GSM yet it’s not a hybrid device.

Confirmed the router works on GSM the phone CDMA.