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A day of troubles, Safaricom apologise and make a present

Today in Kenya no fees for any Mpesa transaction

26-04-2017 by redazione

A day of hardships by the Kenyan telephone operator Safaricom (Vodafone affiliate) have put the entire country in crisis, especially with regard to blocking payment transactions Mpesa, the method most used by Kenyans to send and receive money and to pay accounts , Bills and other expenses.
Blackout occurred on Monday, with hiccups, late sms, and no additional service.
So today to be forgiven, the mobile phone company has decided to make a gift to its users, which are only about 27 million in Kenya.
Transactions with Mpesa today will not have additional fees, as is the case with cash withdrawals or bank payments.

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