Safaricom offers unlimited data deals for Kwesé iflix streaming of World Cup

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Safaricom acting director for consumer business Charles Kare Wanjohi (R) and Kwese iFlix CEO Mayur Patel sign the Giga football Pass Contract. The Giga Football Passes are data bundles that will empower customers to stream live all World Cup matches in their mobile devices.
Football Giga Passes to empower customers to stream World Cup on their phones.
Safaricom (NSE: SCOM) has launched data bundles, dubbed Giga Football Passes, to enable customers to stream all the World Cup matches on Kwesé iflix on-the-go on their smartphones. With these passes, customers can stream any of the 64 matches of the 2018 FIFA World Cup live games on Kwesé iflix at KES 99 for 24 hours, inclusive of all data charges.
Customers will also have the option to stream any of the matches to their TVs through the Kwesé iflix app on the Safaricom BigBox and Digital Box. The Giga Football Passes will be available from June 14th, 2018 to all Safaricom customers, including for TV viewing through the Safaricom Digital Box. To access the service, customers will need to dial *544# on mobile and *400# for the Digital Box.
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Safaricom acting director for consumer business Charles Kare Wanjohi (R) and Kwese iFlix CEO Mayur Patel pose for the photo holding a football during the Giga football Pass Contract signing. The Giga Football Passes are data bundles that will empower customers to stream live all World Cup matches in their mobile devices.

“The recently concluded first edition of Chapa Dimba has proved Kenyans have a deep passion for sports. This passion has informed our decision to partner with Kwesé iflix to give our customers an opportunity to watch the biggest sports spectacle in the world on their mobile devices for the first time ever,” said Charles Kare, Acting Director – Consumer Business, Safaricom.
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Safaricom acting director for consumer business Charles Kare Wanjohi (R) and Kwese iFlix CEO Mayur Patel exchange the signed documents of the Giga football Pass Contract. The Giga Football Passes are data bundles that will empower customers to stream live all World Cup matches in their mobile devices.

Safaricom’s 4G+, 4G and 3G broadband network now reaches 86 percent of the Kenyan population, and was recently rated Kenya’s fastest by Speedtest by Ookla.
“Today is an important milestone for Kwesé iflix. Not only are we able to offer customers the best in sports and entertainment through a personalised and localised service on our Kwesé iflix app that suits our customers’ lifestyle, but are thrilled to announce a deeper partnership with Kenya’s leading communication service provider Safaricom.
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Safaricom acting director for consumer business Charles Kare Wanjohi (R) and Kwese iFlix CEO Mayur Patel pose for the photo holding a football during the Giga football Pass Contract signing. The Giga Football Passes are data bundles that will empower customers to stream live all World Cup matches in their mobile devices.

Leveraging Safaricom’s superfast 4G+, 4G and 3G networks, subscribers will have the option to stream Kwesé iflix’s world-class programming, including the FIFA World Cup 2018 to any device of their choice, download or stream live for an unbelievable price of KES 99, which includes for the first time ever, unlimited data and unlimited Kwesé iflix access for 24 hours,” said Mayur Patel, CEO, Kwese iflix.