Diversified Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of Telkom Kenya Limited
Telkom Kenya Limited provides integrated telecommunications solutions for residential and business customers in Kenya. The company offers mobile services, including GSM, HD voice, wireless, international calling, and Blackberry; fixed/landline services, such as voice and Internet; Internet/data services; domain and mail hosting services; and Orange money services. It also provides Orange Klif, a dual SIM device that has data, voice, and messaging capabilities. The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Nairobi, Kenya. Telkom Kenya Limited operates as a subsidiary of Orange.
Telkom Plaza Ralph Bunche Road
P.O. Box 30301
Founded in 1999
Key Executives for Telkom Kenya Limited
Chief Compliance Officer, Chief of Staff - Cabinet Director, Program Management Officer Pf Chief Executive Officer Office, Chief Security Officer and In Charge of Quality & Audit
Chief Business Market Officer
Chief Mass Market Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Telkom Kenya Limited Key Developments
Orange Kenya Launches Dual Play Solution
Oct 29 15
Orange Kenya has launched a Dual Play solution, a voice and data service offering on the fixed line numbering plan targeting the home and small medium enterprise markets. The Dual Play service is an addition to the existing Home Talk and Biashara Talk services. It is available on both Post-paid and Pre-paid options as Biashara Talk Dual Play (postpaid option) and Home Talk Dual Play (prepaid option). Both post-paid and pre-paid options are being offered on a single subscription package to the voice and unlimited data service. The talk time allows for local calls (for both on-net and off-net calls), international calls to the USA, UK, Canada, India and China and international SMSs to all destinations.
Telkom Kenya To Sell Properties
Sep 22 15
Telkom Kenya Limited has put a huge chunk of its multi-billion shilling real estate property up for sale. The firm which is at the centre of a protracted purchase bid has announced the intended sale of 17 prime properties worth at least KES 1 billion. The buildings quoted for sale are spread across the country in major cities and towns including Nairobi, Kisumu, Nyeri, Nakuru and Malindi. Telkom Kenya expects to fetch KES 260 million for the three-storey Kisumu Commercial Building and KES 146 million for a 1.733 acre plot which is partially developed at Embakasi, Nairobi. The five-storey building in Karatina, Nyeri is also up for sale at the cost of KES 120 million while another building on the Nyeri-Nanyuki Road is quoted for sale at a cost of KES 108 million.
Decision on Privatization of Telkom Kenya Expected Soon
Sep 16 15
Negotiations on the sale of Telkom Kenya Limited will be concluded by the end of this month as the government comes aboard to ascertain its position in the firm. National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich said that the authorities would then determine whether it will retain its 30% stake in the telco or sell part of it.
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