My top tips on getting wifi in Kenya

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15 Responses

  1. Shirley Corder says:

    Yes, wi-fi can be a challenge when you’re travelling. I currently have a friend who’s working for a period in an old house in England. The only place she can get wi-fi is in the kitchen which is evidently freezing. Today, I’m reminded It’s a Wonderful World!

  2. Bhusha says:

    Those are some good tips. Yes, there are some airports that provide free wifi for a limited amount of time. Still, that’s better than no-wifi at all. Esp while roaming internationally, wifi is so essential!

  3. Jean says:

    Oh I love free wifi! It makes keeping in touch with family back home so much easier and cheaper. If I ever get that way I’ll be sure to tray safricom

  4. Mel Butler says:

    I have not been to Kenya yet but this post on where to get wifi is very useful and has some great tips. Though most airports I know of only seem to have wifi for a limited time 1-2hrs unless you are in the business lounge and then it is unlimited. However, I am not complaining when I get it for free anywhere 🙂 I am with you on the restaurants

  5. Sonja Bolger says:

    It can definitely be a challenge to find wifi when we travel, and I’m not surprised that it would be in Kenya! I find restaurants and cafes one of the best places, except if they are super busy and make you feel guilty for nursing one drink forever! The wifi box sounds really interesting. I’ve never thought of trying one!

  6. Sheisnotlost says:

    Africa shall be enjoyed without any connection. Well that’s not true now a days so search for wifi can be frustrating in some parts. Thanks for sharing the tips. Will be a treat for someone who wants to enjoy the wilderness and share it too at the same time.

  7. Only By Land says:

    A WiFi box from Safaricom seems like the way to go in Kenya. When it’s too hot there, an ice cold Coca Cola in a restaurant would be perfect whilst enjoying some free Wifi. Kenya Airways is often the cheapest airline to get to other African countries so it’s good to know they have free 15 minutes WiFi if I was to change in the airport.

  8. Yukti says:

    Getting free WiFi during Travelling is the biggest task and achievement. Good you have given tips for Kenya. Surely we will go for Safaricom signals.

  9. How frustrating you only get 15 minutes at the airport! Wifi these days can be the eternal struggle for travellers…living in Fiji was very challenging trying to stay connected. Roaming is expensive.

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