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.
Orange Negotiations To Sell Telkom Kenya In Final Round
Oct 1 15
Orange (ENXTPA:ORA) is in the final round of negotiations with an unidentified party to sell its 70% stake in Telkom Kenya Limited, Kenya's finance minister said. Orange was not immediately available for a comment. "Orange wants to exit so they are selling their 70%," Finance Minister Henry Rotich, who oversees the government's 30% shareholding in Orange Kenya, told Reuters. "They are in final negotiations." Henry Rotich said he expected the transaction to be completed very soon, possibly before year end. Orange declined comment on the identity of the buyer or the price, but said Africa and the Middle East remained priorities and growth engines for the group.
Investors Reportedly Eyes Stake In Telkom Kenya
Sep 29 15
Investment firms are reportedly seeking to acquire stake in Telkom Kenya Limited from Orange (ENXTPA:ORA). They are mainly eyeing the company's real estate assets worth KES 13 billion. Interested investors include Helios Investment Partners LLP and BT Group plc (LSE:BT.A).
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