Elias Mwangi, CEO, Elige Communications Limited, at his Westlands office on March 11, 2022. PHOTO | DIANA NGILA | NMG
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[li]To be connected to the Elige network, a customer downloads the app on Google playstore or Apple store on their phone, then registers as they would for a sim card.[/li][li]Upon successful registration, a subscriber gets a unique number bearing Elige prefixes including 02056, 02057, 02058, and 02059.[/li][li]The company says[COLOR=rgb(247, 218, 100)] if the playing field was leveled, it would be talking of 500,000 subscribers.[/li][/ul]
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Sawa basi. By your logic, Ktalk is also not free because you paid for the smartphone and you paid for the internet. If I offer free products at my shop, they are not free because you are spending transport money to come to fetch them. Aah. Android is also not free because you have to pay for the smartphone.
Something is categorized as free when the service provider is not charging for it. The cost of the internet is paid to your telco provider, not the service provider of the calls i.e. WhatsApp. Therefore, according to WhatsApp, they are providing the service for free. If I was using my company WiFi, I would be making calls absolutely free of charge because I am not paying for the data.