Safaricom Bundles Mwitu are Safaricom bundles purchased in bulk by some Safaricom customers then resold into smaller bundles for a profit.
This is done by buying larger Safaricom Bundles then resold by sharing or moving the bundles using the sambaza bundles option on Safaricom Internet menu.
Safaricom says that the business of selling “Safaricom Bundles Mwitu” is not illegal, but the company has not licensed any resellers hence it cautions customers from purchasing these bundles.
“SAFARICOM HAS NOT LICENSED ANY THIRD PARTY PROVIDERS TO RESELL OUR DATA BUNDLES. WHILE WE ARE AWARE THAT THERE ARE SOME PROVIDERS WHO CLAIM TO OFFER DISCOUNTED DATA BUNDLES TO THEIR CLIENTS, WE HAVE NOT INITIATED ANY PARTNERSHIPS OF THAT KIND. WE WOULD ADVISE THAT CUSTOMERS EITHER PURCHASE THEIR DATA BUNDLES DIRECTLY FROM US OR VERIFY THAT THEIR VENDOR IS AUTHORIZED TO SELL LEGITIMATE SAFARICOM SERVICES PRIOR TO INVESTING ANY MONEY IN THESE SERVICES.”
According to Safaricom, consumers stand a high risk of being defrauded by these Safaricom Bundle Mwitu sellers.
Safaricom has also gone ahead to reduce the number of times one can do an internet sambaza from 50 to 20 times a month, thus effectively reducing the number of times the resellers can sell the bundles mwitu significantly.
Safaricom bundles mwitu have been available mostly on Facebook for many months now. Some of these cost nearly half the price. The sellers also advertise on popular groups such as Soko Kuu and Soko Nyeusi.
On average Safaricom bundle mwitu charges are advertised as shown below:
Please Note: Example data below is for year 2014 and just for illustration purposes of how Safaricom Bundles Mwitu works.
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Safaricom Bundle Mwitu (Note: Data below is for year 2014)
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How it works is very simple. These sellers buy in bulk and sell in small quantities taking advantage of Safaricom’s own Sambaza Internet.
For example, Safaricom sells 8GB at Sh3999. The cost per 1GB from Safaricom is therefore Sh500. (Example data for year 2014)
With the above rates from the Safaricom Bundles Mwitu sellers, they offers 1GB at Sh600, that’s a screaming Sh100 in profit. The profit margin is even better if the seller buys 25GB at Sh11,499. Instead of Sh100 profit per GB, it will be Sh140.