21-11-2016 by redazione
The Malindi Safaricom change the headquarters of the main store to the public. Since yesterday the main Kenyan telephone company has moved its shop windows and its doors from the shop (now become too small) in Kenyatta Road (one hundred meters after the Orange, on the same side) to the new headquarters inaugurated yesterday under the columns of the FN Centre, next to the two equity and DTB banks. The new store is great almost double the previous year and the doors have the counter for the wait, with the receipts. The hope is that you avoid the often very long queues that formed in the old store.
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This morning I went to the office of Safaricom to register my sim card.
The clerk kindly said to me to sit down in the queue and Wait my turn.
I Looked around and I have not seen any row.