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Express Wi-Fi is now in Eldoret. Join Today to Get 500 MB data free

Express Wi-Fi

Express Wi-Fi brings affordable and high-speed wi-fi hotspots to places where you work, live and play.

Do you want affordable internet? Stop wanting and get with the program! Express Wi-Fi by Facebook is now available across 50 different locations in Eldoret Town. Express Wi-Fi brings affordable and high-speed wi-fi hotspots to places where you work, live and play.

What is Express Wi-Fi?

Express Wi-Fi is a much cheaper way to get internet compared to mobile data. 1 GB is ONLY 100 KES! Express Wi-Fi customers are able to purchase affordable data packs to access truly high speed  internet via local wi-fi hotspots strategically located in areas with high pedestrian traffic such as bus stops, markets, and around entertainment centers.

Anyone with a Wi-Fi capable device can access Express Wi-Fi wherever there is a hotspot and purchase additional data from authorized retailer/agent or by using M-Pesa. Just look for the big blue and white Express Wi-Fi signs to find a local hotspot and retailer or go here to find your nearest retailer: http://bit.ly/xwfEldoret

Why do you need Express Wi-Fi?

How can you live without internet? With FAST and AWESOMELY AFFORDABLE Express Wi-Fi, you can stream more, connect more, play more & do business more! Express Wi-Fi is available in 50 locations. Also, every Express Wi-Fi customer gets free access to Facebook Free Basics which offers FREE access to a number of sites (without graphics) including Facebook, Whatsapp, Tuko News, Goal.com and others.

Who is behind Express Wi-Fi

Express Wi-Fi was launched in Kenya on March 30, 2017 in partnership with Facebook, Surf (Surf.co.ke) and Internet Solutions Kenya. Express Wi-Fi is a public wi-fi hotspot service, providing consumers fast and radically affordable Wi-Fi hotspot  internet services. The service is provided by Surf (Surf.co.ke) a Kenyan an Internet Service Provider.

 

How do I Get Express Wi-Fi. Do it yourself (DIY)

To self-register onto Express Wi-Fi, start by doing a search on your device for Express Wi-Fi Hotspot.

Click the link https://surf.expresswifi.com.

Proceed to follow the three easy registration steps.

Step 1

The page above will open. Scroll down and enter your phone number and then click on Next.

Step 2

You will receive a message from Facebook. The message will contain a 4 digit number. Enter this number as your Express Wi-Fi Pin and click Next

Step 3

 

You will then proceed to verify your details by entering your name. Do so and then click on Next. After this you will have completed the process. You will receive another message on your Mobile device confirming completion.

Now you can access your 100 MB free of charge every day for the next five days.

Buying Express Wi-Fi Data bundles using M-Pesa

You can buy using M-PESA using the Lipa na M-pesa Service,  Buy Goods option

Using TILL NUMBER: 850088

Paying with M-PESA

How to pay with M-PESA:

  1. Open M-PESA and select Lipa Na M-PESA.
  2. Select Buy Goods and Services.
  3. Enter the Express Wi-Fi Till Number: 850088
  4. Enter the price of the data pack you’d like to buy and complete your payment.
  5. Your data pack will be added to your account. Refresh the page to see your updated balance

Express Data Pack Pricing.

Data Pack Valid Cost
5.75 GB 30 Days KSh 500
2.20GB 30 Days KSH 200
1 GB 7 Days Ksh 100
400 MB 7 Days KSH 50
100 MB 24 Hours KSH 15

For more information visit the official Express Wi-Fi site Surf.expresswifi.com where you can view your nearest retailer, See how to make payments among other things. Sign up to Express Wi-Fi and start enjoying inexpensive, fast and reliable internet today.

 

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