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Price of new Safaricom SIM card to go up

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Safaricom has announced an increase in the price of new SIM cards owing to new taxes.

Mobile phone users seeking to replace or register new Safaricom lines will pay KES 50 more.

“Effective 15th July 2022 we will be reviewing our SIM card pricing to Sh50 plus Sh50 airtime first top up to include the excise tax,” they said.

Safaricom competitors such as Airtel and Telkom do not charge for new SIM subscriptions.

SOURCEBusiness Daily
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