iHub stats on mobile broadband in Kenya

A research team at iHub has collected some interesting statistics on mobile subscriptions, penetration and broadband usage patterns in Kenya. Patrick Munyi over at the iHub blog writes:

Subscribers are now opting to access Internet and other web based services on the go from their cell phones and other portable modems due to the convenience provided by a wide coverage of GSM/3G networks in Kenya. The low bundle rates being offered are also a motivating factor. 1Gb of data cost about Kshs. 2500 last year compared to the current rate (calculated using cheapest combinations) of Kshs. 998.

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