Orange Kenya has launched an entry level dual SIM handset, which has been dubbed “Kaduda.” According to Orange, the device will feature a 1.3MP camera, Bluetooth, micro SD slot, and is also data-enabled. The device is set to retail at KES 999. It will have one of the SIMs locked to Orange, with the second open to other networks.
According to Orange Kenya, it is looking to provide value and quality to its existing, and potential, subscribers but more so towards making handsets more accessible and affordable to all.
Back in February 2015, Orange Kenya revealed a partnership with GreenLight Planet (GLP), a US based company that delivers affordable energy to off-grid consumers. In alignment with this agreement, Orange Kenya will also offer its latest device in a bundle option.
At Mobile World Congress 2015 (MWC), Orange revealed the launch of the “Orange Klif” digital package for under 40 USD. The package includes a smartphone, data, voice and text bundle. According to the company, this will set a new benchmark in price that will act as a major catalyst for smartphone and data adoption across the region.