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Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Betika partners with Safaricom to help customers save money

Betting firm Betika has entered into a partnership with telecommunication giant Safaricom that will see bettors save cash on data.

Under the new campaign dubbed Betika Bila Bundles,customers won’t necessarily need to have data bundles as they will access the Betika website free of charge.

 “Ask any Kenyan and they will tell you that data bundles are a precious commodity. It is always a pain receiving that infamous ‘Your data bundle is below 2MB’ message,” read the betting company’s statement.

 “…Betika customers will no longer require to have data bundles to place a bet or view and analyze games on the Betika website.

“This will save Betika customers money on mobile data and increase their chances of winning their bets by allowing them spend as much time as they need analyzing their games before placing a bet.”

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