Thursday
January 7
2016

Kenya’s Mobile Penetration Hits 88 Percent

According to the quarterly sector statistics report by the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA), the uptake of mobile services by Kenyans continued to grow leading to mobile penetration growing to 88.1per cent with 37.8million subscribers up from 36.1 million in the previous quarter.

This was announced through an article, which was accompanied by the report, published on the CA’s official website informing readers of when the growth occurred.

“The uptake of mobile services by Kenyans continued to grow during the first quarter of the 2015/16 Financial year spanning July to September 2015.” The article read.

The report shows that pre-paid subscriptions continue to dominate the mobile telephony sector, registering 36.8 million subscribers, accounting for 97.3 per cent of the total subscriptions. Post-paid subscriptions saw a marginal increase to 989,889 up from 963,684 in the previous quarter.

Source: allAfrica (link opens in a new window)

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Technology
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fintech, mobile money, telecommunications