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Safaricom takes the all in one monthly bundles a notch higher with free 5 GB YouTube bundle.

Safaricom have introduced free 5 GB YouTube data to boost it's 'all in one monthly bundles'.
The free YouTube comes with any free all in one month bundle of Ksh.1,000 and above.
The YouTube data can be used any time of the day, without eating into your main data for the entire subscription period.
Safaricom are well known for their unusually small free offers like the free Facebook which don't load pictures or videos, or their funny free WhatsApp which only kicks in once the data bundles runs out.
The new YouTube offer is therefore Safaricom's best free offer, though it will lock out many without smart phones.
All you need to unlock the free data is to subscribe to either the ksh.1000, 2000,5,000 or Ksh.10,000 bundle.
5GB data is expected to give you 10 hours of continuous YouTube streaming.
The all in one monthly bundles were launched February this year, after Telkom offered its customers 7 GB + 300 all net minutes for Ksh.1000 Mzito bundle which comes with free night data.
Safaricom All in one monthly plans.
  • 5 GB
  • 4 GB +200 + 1000 SMS
  • 1 GB +400 + 1000 SMS 
  • 15 GB
  • 12 GB + 600 min+ 2,000 SMS
  • 3 GB + 1,000 min + 2000 SMS
  • 25 GB
  • 20 GB + 900 min +3,000 SMS
  • 5 GB +1,500min + 3,000 SMS
  • 35 GB + 1500 min +5,000 SMS.
  • 10 GB + 2500 min + 5,000 SMS.
  • 50 GB + 3,500 min + 10,000 Sms
  • 20 GB + 7,500 min + 10,000 SMS 
Apart from the free YouTube bundle, all these data also come with 6GB free WhatsApp for the entire bundle validity period.
How to subscribe.
Select the first option under *544# and choose your preferred plan.


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