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Faiba 4G mobile network coverage in Kenya. Areas you can use faiba mobile.

Faiba Network Coverage

Faiba mobile is the fifth mobile network operator in the country which launched on 5th December 2017 after it was awarded a one year trial permit on the 700 MHz spectrum, commonly known as band 28.
It became the most affordable network with free on net calls and cheaper 4G data bundles, though at the time of launch it had a small coverage area and very few Compatible Devices were available.
The number of smartphones that support band 28 have steadily increased in the country led by Nokia android phones, with others being Samsung, some Tecno and few Infinix among others.
Faiba have worked hard to increase it's coverage, especially now that it has been awarded a full Operating licence worth 2.5 billion payable through ten equal instalments.
Areas covered by faiba mobile.
If you live in the areas listed below, then ensure you get yourself a faiba compatible device, be it a phone or router, and enjoy the affordable high speed faiba 4G.

  • Nairobi
  • Rongai
  • Kiserian
  • Ngong town
  • Athiriver
  • Syokimau
  • Kitengela
  • Ruiru
  • Kiambu
  • Kikuyu
  • Juja
  • Limuru
Machakos faiba mobile is available in
  • Machakos town, miwani, centre.
  • Industrial
  • Thika town
  • Makongeni
  • Landless.
Central Kenya.
  • Nyeri.
  • Nanyuki
  • Embu
  • Nyahururu
  • lanet
  • Barracks
  • Engoshura
  • Jandu
  • Koinange
  • Milimani
  • Railway station
  • Unga estate
  • Bondeni
  • Eden
  • Kiamunyi
  • Kiamunyeki
  • Kapsoya
  • Testimony
  • West Indies
  • Railways
  • Kimumu
  • East
  • Langas
  • Manyatta 
  • Migosi
  • Stadium
  • Nyalenda
  • Mountain view
  • Mamboleo
  • Carwash
  • Milimani
  • Industrial area
  • NSSF
  • Mtwapa
  • Makaburini
  • Bamburi
  • Voyager
  • Mbaraki
  • Shimanzi
  • Makadara
  • Kiembeni
  • Mikindani
  • Mombasa poly
  • Bombolulu
Other towns are:
  • Naivasha
  • Kitale
  • Item
  • Kapsabet
  • Voi
  • Kakamega
  • Kisii
  • Jericho
  • Busia
  • Bungama


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