Through the Fibre to the Home initiative, Safaricom is set to Launch Home Surveillance by fixing Homes / Estates with CCTV cameras in partnership with KARA.

The Launch of  Home surveillance is set to be held on 29th September 2018 at Ngei Phase 2 estate after a successful pilot project that has since been met by a fair share of excitement from Residents.

Our recent review on Safaricom fibre has been nothing but positive with most confirming that the upload and download speeds are consistent. And when they are low, Safaricom  technical team is always on standby and quick to respond. This service purely guarantees users value for their money. Whichever speed you choose will be constant throughout the month, and the packages are categorized according to the your budget and Internet needs.

Users also say that Safaricom fibre to home is faster, more reliable and has constant upload and download speeds than other available internet providers. While the Safaricom home fibre service is available in specific cities such as Nairobi, Mombasa Kisumu, Nakuru, Thika and Nanyuki, the installation is aabsolutley free, and you’ll be connected within 48 hours.

Hooking up your Home to the internet of things can actually help you save energy, increase productivity,foster convenience and above all enhance your home security..

Home security starts to focus on “always on” connected devices that most consumers rarely think about: in the brave new world of connected devices in the home—especially as consumers begin to automate basic home functions like lighting, temperature and security—most consumers don’t realize how many “smart” devices they currently have connected to their home network

Recent advancement in technology have opened  a world of possibilities in the security sector that has been the driving force for crime prevention in Kenya.

In today’s world, technology has assisted law enforcement agencies to fight crimes and enforce law and order. For instance the installation of 1800 CCTV surveillance cameras in Nairobi and Mombasa has contributed hugely in addressing security issues in the country with recent reports indicating Kenya  police were able to recover in a span of 24 hours 69 vehicles that were reported to be stolen, through the surveillance system.

Under the partnership, Kara provided forums which will continue being held in Nairobi, Nyeri, Eldoret, Mombasa, Kisumu and Kakamega as safaricom seeks to continue transforming lives through Home surveillance.

It is no doubt this move will increase Safaricom Fibre’s product penetration, improve its Stickability and transform the lives of ordinary Home owners in kenya.

By Mercy Tracy – iCast Media