Follow Us on Telegram For Up To Date Tech News and Reviews


Airtel offers 2-year iPhone 6 insurance plan.


More than a month after the iPhone 6 was released, it has reached most of the markets, such as Kenya. While the introductory price is always well beyond the reach of most Kenyans, companies such as Airtel, Safaricom, Orange and other private companies stock it for the few rich individuals who can afford it. However, Airtel, one of the companies selling the iPhone 6 in Kenya has spiced up the offer by introducing benefits to the individuals who purchase the device.

NCBA twende mbele june banner

For a start, all iPhone 6 sold by Airtel will be insured against accidental damage and theft for a period of two years. This means that should the device be stolen within two years of being sold, the owner is eligible for a replacement unit. The same applies for any accidental damage that may occur to the device (Bendgate?). In addition, Apple’s default one-year warranty still stands. This means that individuals who purchase the iPhone 6 from Airtel surely have a juicy deal.

But it does not stop there, those who buy the iPhone 6 (4.7inch), also get 3GB data for the next three months after their purchase. On the other hand, iPhone 6 Plus owners get 4GB data for the next four months after purchase. In regards to these offers, Airtel is surely stepping up the game in terms of juicing the offers for those who purchase Apple’s flagship. Airtel sells the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in prices ranging from Kshs. 85999 to around Kshs. 105999. Quite expensive as expected but the benefits bundled in the offer make the price worth it. For the few who can, just head to Airtel shops as soon as possible.

About author

Am an ardent lover of technology, and my dream is to experience at least every gadget that the world has to offer. I believe in simplicity.
    Related posts

    Breega Launches a $75 Million Early-Stage African VC Fund


    Anonymous Issues Warning To Kenyan Government To Respect The Rule Of Law And Right To Protest


    Epson Invests Ksh 4.2 Billion in a New Factory at Tohoku Japan


    Vertiv’s ‘Simply Exceptional’ Partner Programme Support Empowers TechExpress African Growth