Kenya’s Safaricom shifts funding to catch up on fixed-data demand

By Duncan Miriri NAIROBI (Reuters) – Kenya's Safaricom is reallocating funds to build up its fixed-data network to connect homes to the Internet, as demand grows for online streaming services like Netflix, chief executive Bob Collymore told Reuters. The fixed-data market in Kenya is dominated by Wananchi Group's Zuku brand and Jamii Telecoms. Safaricom, Kenya's biggest telecoms company, has until recently been focusing on mobile Internet access.

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