Boost ⚡ Review
2000 KES buys you 15 GB of data to use over a month plus some WhatsApp. Your average daily use is over MB and this will cost you 67 KES on average per day. Compared to the bundle it replaced, you get twice the data for the same price.
Free unlimited WhatsApp is misleading: you only get free access to WhatsApp once your bundle runs out of data. As long as you have data in your bundle, you pay for WhatsApp... Sounds nice, but it has no value.
For 2000 KES you get 8 GB at Equitel Data Plus Monthly @Sh2,000, 20 GB at Telkom Freedom Monthly 20GB and Airtel 30 Day Data 20GB. You get 25 GB at Telkom Home Plan 25GB and 40 GB with Faiba 30 Days Data 40GB. Both Airtel UnlimiNET Monthly 2000 and Safaricom Platinum 2K are mixed bundles with 12 GB of data plus minutes and SMS for the same 2000 KES.
For Faiba, make sure that you have 4G where you are, and that your phone is compatible with their network.
Our review conclusions: Spending 2000 KES on a monthly bundle? There's heaps of choice, and this one is among the worst.