Yes! I moved to KenyanInsight.com and liking it already. I invite all of you to subscribe there but before you visit, below is excerpt of the site
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Monday, April 30, 2012
The 3G alternatives now left for internet workaholics are Airtel Kenya and Orange Kenya both at Ksh 2990/- for 30 days. The weekly unlimited bundle for Airtel Kenya is Ksh 750/- while that for Orange Kenya is Ksh 990/-. In addition, Airtel Kenya has a daily package costing Ksh 150/-.
For low-speed internet users, Yu Kenya is still the best option with a monthly unlimited bundle costing Ksh 499/- as well as varied packages for weekly, weekend and daily.
With the recent reports of Safaricom losing market share, am quite sure they will lose big in this decision since those who are used to unlimited internet will unlikely use the packet data Safaricom suggests.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
This is really encouraging!
Friday, December 16, 2011
This is my case where I have been receiving emails from some of my friends with some links but when I ask them what it's all about, no one comprehends what I am asking. This is true, with Emkei's faker email, you can use anybody's email to send emails to other people. The email reaches its intended destination within second and you are done. I just tried it, and my goodness, it's damn fast.
For you to use the service, there is no hectic procedures to configure. All that is required is to open the site and fill in the anonymous name and email and the text, then you click send and the email is sent to the recipient!
Do not blame your friends for some emails you receive from them!