By M&M Reporter
Zuku Fiber a flagship brand of Wananchi Group Kenya today expanded its operations through the introduction of Zuku Fibers’ services to Nakuru.
Zuku Fiber is Wananchi Groups home information, communications and entertainment brand, that is available to more than 400,000 homes in Kenya. Zuku Fiber is the pioneer and market leader in the provision of Fiber to the Home (FTTH) services in Kenya. In Nakuru Zuku Fiber will be offering its popular Triple Play services with home internet, digital television and telephone services to customers.
Speaking during the launch of Zuku Fiber in Nakuru, Wananchi Group Chief Executive Officer, Thomas Hintze said the launch of Zuku Fiber in Nakuru is a continutation of the expansion plans of Zuku Fiber across Kenya and the region.
“Zuku Fiber has continued to expand its network coverage in Kenya and has the largrest coverage with more than 330,000 homes in Nairobi and Mombasa. Last year we further expanded our footprint to include the regional cities of Dar-es-salaam and Kampala,” Hintze said.
In extending its services to Nakuru Zuku Fiber has met the requests of many customers for Zuku Fibers Triple Play services which delivers a combination of Home internet, Television and Telephone services to homes within residential areas at affordable prices.
To celebrate the introduction of Zuku Fibers popular Triple Play services in Nakuru, Zuku Fiber will be offering the first One Hundred (100) customers in Nakuru FREE Digital Television services for one year and a free home telephone. Furthermore all customers taking up the services in 2018 will be offered discounted Zuku Fiber Triple Play packages until the end of the year.
All Zuku Fiber packages are available at the Zuku Fiber shop in Nakuru located at Westside Mall, at Zuku Fiber branded tents and from uniformed Zuku Fiber Sales Representatives. Initially Zuku Fiber in Nakuru will be available in Naka 1 and Naka 2 within the Free Area / Area 58. Zuku Fiber plans to extend its network coverage further to provide services to other residential areas in Nakuru.