Kenyan start-up Ongair is taking on the opportunity| glObserver Global Economics


Africa currently has over 900 million mobile phone subscriptions, according to communication technology company Ericsson. And across the continent, mobile phone subscribers are increasingly using their devices to access the internet. Social networking sites and instant messaging platforms have become popular communication tools.

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Companies pay a monthly subscription fee to access the dashboard. “We don’t charge you per the number of messages you send, so you can send as a lot of as you wish. We have priced it around the features we offer our clients. So a small business may need only one number, while a bank may need maybe three numbers. We are trying to price it as a smarter SMS replacement,” explains Kimenye.

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