Safaricom apologises to subscribers after mass blast of message from 44444

By Joel Muinde On Mon, 22 Feb, 2021 20:07 | < 1 min read
Safaricom PLC announced on social media Friday that the services will be interrupted as the company maintains its systems. [PHOTO | FILE]
Safaricom headquarters in Westlands, Nairobi. [PHOTO | FILE]

Safaricom on Monday evening apologised to customers who received a mass blast message reading only “Test!”.

Several of the Telco’s subscribers had noted the odd message delivered by the number 44444.

In responses to online and mobile users, Safaricom said the SMS came as a result of a system issue.

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