The number portability came and that still did not work well for Kenyans.. clear validation of Michael Joseph’s theory that Kenyans are peculiar people. Kenyans are two or more “sim cards people”   May be it is high time it be accepted  that most people will remain with Safaricom lines and use airtel or orange or Yu partly.  And those who seems to have moved permannently are still tied to Mpesa and the hope that one day Safaricom will completely change and be like the others. Number portability as we have seen is  not really working…how about dual sim cards phone?  The problem has always been, those available are the irritating fake counterfeit phones. So I went looking for  decent dual sim card phone in the last few days. Yeah i discovered Techcom handsets. Talking about T-60  dual-SIM phone powered by Yamaha… Again where is Yamaha in the world map?

So far so good with T-60..

Techcom T-60 Features

1.3 Megapixel Camera

2.4 inch LCD Display


GPRS network

Memory expandable up to 8GB

FM Radio

LED Torch

3.5 mm audio jack

Kennedy Kachwanya1079 Posts

--- Kennedy Kachwanya is a technology blogger interested in mobile phones both smart and dumb, mobile apps, mobile money, social media, startups ecosystem and digital Savannah. New media must not forget the strength of old tech.


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