What can you do with 2bob per minute billing?

Isaac is a fairly busy individual whose constantly on the net. he’s a multitasking sort of guy who at one go is keeping track of his facebook and Twitter, another tab is busy checking out blogs while downloading music from beemp3 as he streams international radio or from youtube.

Normal internet tariffs cant quite make it because he finds himself depleting the airtime quite fast. Normal data plans also end really fast due to his surfing habit. Isaac of course found the solution in the Safaricom 2bob per minute billing system. With unreliable internet connections at his local cybers and the late hours he usually wants to work, he needed an option that allows him to stay connected late at night at the comfort of his home and open as many windows open at once without worrying if he’s consuming too much.

Today we want to find out how many windows, pages or sites you’ve ever opened at one go and get into the draw to win Safaricom airtime, modems and IDEOS Handsets

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  1. Daniel Abilla October 25th, 2011 at 2:29 pm

    I am able to facebook permanently on one tab, use Tweeter on another, open google to search important stuff such as news, sports and answers to quizes (on many tabs), then download songs and movies simulataneously on torrents. in total i have used 10+ tabs at once doing different things. when there are facebook applications, i also open then on different tabs so as to retain the original fb tab on my home page

  2. Dominic Wambugu October 26th, 2011 at 3:13 am

    am an intensive research writer and hence open as many tabs as possible coz most times am online and try to maximize speed and save time.mostly i open about 10 tabs:facebook,gmail,yahoomail,4writers.com,nation media group,youtube,google search,divxcrawler.com and the list is endless coz the sites i go to are just many and the list is endless.

  3. Robert October 26th, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    I once went upcountry on holiday and since I was nowhere near a cyber cafe, there was no way I was going to be left “in the dark”. I simply had to pull out my Safaricom modem and  first logged on to Facebook & Twitter to catch up on friends activities, opened my Yahoo account to check mail, opened the DStv website for subscriber updates, checked out two other sports websites (Supersport & NewsNow) for my regular football and rugby matches fixtures and reviews; I also Skyped my friends living in the diaspora – all these at a go, quite an uphill task for my Toshiba laptop but a piece of cake for the superfast Safaricom internet connection!

  4. Sharon Stone October 28th, 2011 at 11:24 am

    I would describe myself as a heavy internet user. Being a part time freelancer, I often find myself overloading my browser with multiple tabs to the point of crashing. In a typical browsing session, I start by opening my Facebook account to check on notifications. Next i open a new tab to check my email on gmail: which is closely followed by a tab to check my ovi mail. I also like reading the news and constantly visit the local news websites. This part particularly involves several tabs because i will keep comparing similar news reports from nation, standard and classic fm just to ensure i haven’t missed out on any detail. I also open my freelance accounts on freelancer and Elance to check on new jobs and employer feedback. I also turn on some rock music on grooveshark as I reply to my emails! 


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