I recently noticed that expiry dates shown after topping-up a Saf line are
inline with industry standard of 90 days instead of 30 days. Safcom now has
a service you can “preserve” your line for upto 2 years called *Daima.
to get an eSim still requires a visit to a shop/store but all in all that’s
2 out of 3.
It’s the norm for customers to complain/be vocal when things aren’t up to
snuff but I take this opportunity to express my gratitude.
Stephen Chege, you may be there or not, and whomever works with and/or
under you a hearty thanks* – shukran*.