On Tuesday 29th May 2018, we’ll be hosting Safaricom PLC for an interactive panel discussion at The Nailab, where they will take the audience on how to monitor their data usage.

A few year’s ago it would have been unheard of to use multiple GigaBytes (GB) of mobile data in one day. Today, with almost unlimited access to information, streaming music and videos and downloading applications which are large occupying spaces up to 100MB in size, it is easy  use of once data bundle in only minutes.

Safaricom PLC, in a research done during the month of March 2018 indicated they were in the lead regarding data coverage, data speed and data reliability with the exception of data price. This can be attributed to customers complaining about data disappearing as well as the price of their data.

Did you know you can monitor your data usage by downloading MySafaricom app and use My Data Usage to track your data usage?

Mobile service providers offer several options on bundles and pricing. One can choose unlimited versions or buy bigger data plans. However, all this is not worth if you do not know where your data gets used up on. My Data Usage platform is able to monitor and address any data challenges one may have.

 On the panel will be

  • Andrew Masila – Senior Manager, Strategy and Architecture, Safaricom PLC
  • Ian Kanyari Mukunya – Engineer, Service Development, Safaricom PLC
  • Davis Mugambi – Consumer Products and Services, Safaricom PLC
  • Jackline Lavoga Kibisu – Consumer Products and Services, Safaricom PLC
  • Gideon Munene Karimi – Consumer Products and Services, Safaricom PLC

Join us as we discuss how data can work for you. You will get a better understanding on how your data is consumed using the app, as well as address all Data Matters from speeds, connectivity, coverage not forgetting price.
Details:

When: Tuesday 29th May 2018

What: Safaricom PLC meetup with bloggers and influencers

Where: The Nailab. Bishop Magua Center 4th Floor. Opposite Uchumi Ngong Hyper

Time: 5.00pm to 8.30pm

Hashtag: #MyDataStory