How to Buy Telkom Bundles Via Airtime and T-Kash

By Korir Isaac / March 29, 2019




Selecting the right data bundle for your browsing need is such a daunting task. For one, it is because not so many options available are cheap, however, Telkom Bundles, have been balanced and tailored just for you.

Admittedly, mobile data bundles have become a part of everyone’s life. Like any other necessity, we rest uneasily when data runs out in the middle of catching up with friends or family. But with the appropriate package, you won’t have to contend with the whine.

Telkom bundles are highly affordable and they vary from the Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Freedom Bundles. Then there are other amazing offers like the Mzito Bundle, Stay Woke bundles, and the Call Bila Worries package among other Enterprise and Home Plans.

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The company has made tremendous changes in terms of connectivity across the country. It has become a serious contender in providing the best internet solutions, and they have updated their internet bundles.

Telkom Internet Bundles

Telkom Bundles have different validity periods as well as various sizes. The more you use to buy a package, the more bundles you get. Interestingly, one can extend the validity of the bundles by buying another bundle of the same validity period before the bundles run out.

The lowest data package is the Daily 25MB which costs 10 shillings only. Other networks offer way lesser bundles for the same price. This package is for small data consumers who don’t do much with their internet or those who only need it for emergencies.

On the other hand, for those folks who are obligated to achieve a lot through the internet; those who browse heavy websites, those who download or stream music, movies and TV shows, there are options just for you.

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For only 2,999 shillings, you get a whopping 36GB of data with a one-month validity period. How cool is that?

The complete Telkom Bundle packages and their prices are as indicated below:

How to Buy Telkom Bundles

One can buy Telkom Bundles using airtime or by using T-Kash. This is especially convenient when you have run out of bundles when there are no shops around.

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Buy Telkom Bundles Using Airtime

  • Dial *544# on your phone
  • Select Data Bundles
  • Choose validity i.e Daily, Weekly or Monthly
  • Select the Data Package you want to purchase
  • Confirm that you want to buy the package and click Ok.
  • You will receive a confirmation message shortly.

Buy Telkom Bundles Directly Using T-Kash

  1. Go to your T-kash Menu and select ‘Buy Airtime’.
  2. Select your preferred bundle.
    • Voice Bundle.
    • SMS Bundle.
    • International Bundle.
    • Mashariki Roaming Bundle.
    • Internet Bundle.
  3. Confirm details and enter your T-kash PIN.
  4. You will receive a T-kash confirmation SMS and another from the network confirming bundle allocation.

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As noted, the process is simple and with the many available package options, you shouldn’t be left behind. Try Telkom Bundles today.



About Korir Isaac

A creative, tenacious, and passionate journalist with impeccable ethics and a nose for anticipated and spontaneous news. He may not say it, but he sure can make one hell of a story.

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