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Gvmnt announces free bundles and here is how you can get them

In order to encourage Kenyans to buy the reasonably priced phones that President William Ruto introduced, the Ministry of ICT has issued free bundles.

ICT PS John Tanui reaffirmed in a morning interview on Spice FM that the government’s goal to digitize the economy included the recently opened phone assembly facility by William Ruto in Mavoko, Machakos county.

As a result, the government would see to it that Kenyans supported the notion of employing government initiatives.

Giving customers a complimentary free bundles package right away after they made a purchase was one such method. He did not, however, specify how much data will be made available.

PS Tanui went on to say that the government intends to introduce Kenyans to the digital electronic market. This will increase access for a large number of Kenyans.

Kenyans will pay for goods and services after gaining access to the digital world, according to the PS.

He went on to say that the nation’s digital economy was growing at a rate twice as fast as its traditional physical economy, which necessitated additional government initiatives.

PS Tanui disclosed in the Interviews the government’s plan to use fiber optic installations across the nation to link the nation to the Internet.

In October of this year, President William Ruto oversaw the opening of a smartphone assembly facility in Machakos.

In an effort to increase Kenyans’ access to reasonably priced cell phones, the assembly is anticipated to create more than a million phones annually.

Additionaly, Ruto projects that the project will generate between 1.2 million and 1.4 million devices yearly and add 300–500 direct jobs.

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