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Easy Way: How To Make Money At Home Selling Internet

Did you know that you can start a WiFi internet business in Kenya from the comfort of your home and earn crazy money?

This is a step by step guide on how you can start to make money at home by selling your Wi-Fi. You will only need a small budget. Anyone can do this business since it requires very less startup capital and also easy to start and manage. 

How To Make Money At Home Selling Internet

  1. Reasons why you should start selling the internet from home
  2. You need a stable internet connection to start selling
  3. The budget for starting a WiFi business is about Ksh 20,000
  4. Requirements for starting a WiFi hotspot business

Starting to connect fiber to customers at home might be the best place to start. I will guide you step by step on how to make crazy money at home by connecting fiber to customers in Kenya. The benefits are that you won’t need to get any permission to install or connect clients. Also, you won’t have to share any of the income with anyone else.

Why Do This Business?

  • It is easy to start.
  • You will save a lot since you will have customers that pay for your internet.
  • You will be earning extra cash.
  • Recurring income. You will be receiving money every single month.
  • Easy to install and manage.
  • You will be your own boss.

Introduction On How To Make Money At Home

Nowadays almost everyone at home has an internet connection. Zuku Fiber and Safaricom Fiber are the top in the market and they make it very easy to connect clients. The best thing about them is that they offer a fiber connection. Fibre internet has a lot of advantages over other forms of connection.

Steps On How You Can Start To Make Money At Home Selling WiFi

Internet Connection

To get started, you’ll need an internet connection. You can pick one of these companies to act as your intermediary, Shh don’t mention to them you are reselling…

Zuku Fiber – They have packages from as low as Ks 2,499 per month for up to 5 Mbps. You can get Zuku Fiber if you live in Nairobi, Nakuru, and Mombasa. Here is a list of full Zuku fiber coverage. For the 5 Mbps, you will be getting – 5 Mbps High-Speed Internet, Free installation, and a Free Modem. Here is a website link of available Zuku packages.

If you choose Zuku we recommend; Starting with the 5 Mbps package if you have less than 3 customers. Then upgrade as you get more. For example, if you have 3 customers you can cap each one at 1 Mbps and charges each Ks 1,500. You will be getting Ks 4,500. That’s a profit of Ks 2,000 and your neighbors will be paying for your monthly internet. How cool is that?

Safaricom Fiber – They have packages from Ks 2,999 per month for up to 5 Mbps. Here is a list of Safaricom fiber packages. You can check Safaricom fiber coverage here. 

Budget Of Starting a WiFi Business:

You can start with a budget of around Ks 20,000/=. Hmm you hard me. 

How hard is it:

Starting it is as simple as 2019 – 50 Years. Imagine, that simple.

Requirements Of Starting A Home Internet Business:

Wireless Router – The editor recommends Tenda router since it covers a wide area, unlike other routers. Also, it is relatively cheap. You can get one at Acrab for Ks 2,900/= and have it delivered to your doorstep.

Cat 6 Cable – This will be the link between your router and your neighbor’s router. You will need to know how to crimp a cat 6 cable. If you have no clue don’t worry, here is a YouTube video explaining how you can do that.

It’s only a matter of arranging the colors. Here is a picture of how it is supposed to look like.

Make money at home selling wifi in Kenya. Crimping RJ 45 cable

A box of Cat 6 cable, which is 305 Meters costs Ks 5,000. You can also buy in meters if you are starting with just a few neighbors.

Crimping Tool – This will be assisting you to crimp the cat 6 cables. You can get one here for Ks 1500

RJ 45 Connectors – This costs Ks 10 per piece. You can buy at Acrab. Here is a link.

Fiber Connection – Fiber used to be very expensive back in the day. With demand and demand for it growing, now it has become cheaper than ever. You will need to contact either Safaricom Fiber or Zuku Fiber for connection. This will cost from as low as 2499 for Zuku and Ksh 3,000 Safaricom for full installation. Many already have this set up in place.

Customers – Since you will need to make money you will need to connect fiber to customers for your new business. The more there are, the more you earn.

Mikrotik – You will need this if you want to monitor, limit customers bandwidth and will also ease disconnecting customers that have not made payment. Mikrotik costs Ks 7000

Note: If you get more than 4 customers you will need 8 port switch (going for 1200). 8 Port Switch will handle up to 7 customers. There is a higher version of the switch that can handle up to 15 customers.

What next: Connection

After you have set up a fiber connection in place at your home. It is time to start making money. Connect fiber to customers by running the cable from your home. Crimp the cable and set up the router. That’s it and you start earning money. As said earlier, the more customers you get, the more you earn.

Bonus Tips:

  • To get more revenue. You need to live in an apartment that has many houses.
  • If you are poor in sales or shy to talk to neighbors to convince in connection. There is an alternative. Talk to the caretaker of the apartment to find your clients and you give him/her a motivational tip. That will be a win-win for both of you.
  • As the customer increases, choose a higher package. It is very easy to upgrade for both Zuku and Safaricom Fiber. All you need is to call them and ask for an upgrade.
  • You can also change the name of your Wi-Fi to read something like; Get Connected @ 1k.

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37 thoughts on “Easy Way: How To Make Money At Home Selling Internet

  1. Nasra says:

    This is very insightful. Making money in an easy way. Definitely will think of such a side hustle. Thank you for sharing the tips

    1. Feizel Mohamed says:

      Thanks for the comment. In case you are stuck or need any help feel free to let us know.

      1. sudeis says:

        question….lets say you have 10 clients how many MBPS DO YOU NEED TO START WITH and does zuku allow you to resell the wifi

        1. For the 10 clients, if you plan to offer each 4mbps you will need around 45mbps. Zuku has no official documentation that bans the reselling of their internet. You can purchase and distribute.

  2. Adam says:

    Hi there bro, what about the long distance sharing will you not need ubiquity products..if yes,kindly share with us how.

    1. Feizel Mohamed says:

      Hi Adam.
      Hope this finds you well. For long distance sharing that will need lots of equipment, capital and IT knowledge. In our next blog, we will be explaining how a step by step guide on how to start and expand.

  3. Emmanuel simiyu says:

    Its wonderful!! Easy and fast way of making money with no struggle. Thanks for sharing.acrab.co.ke

    1. Feizel says:

      Thank you for taking the time to read sharing your experience.

  4. Raas Al Ghool says:

    This is great stuff. Thank you so much for sharing man.

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    1. Thank you so much Raas Al Ghool. Most welcome.

    2. Wilson says:

      Does one need licencing to resell the internet.

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      I noticed your website URL is broken.

  6. Burhan says:

    Hy can i get another fiber zuku fiber is very slow can you help me

    1. moha says:

      Hello,
      Where are you located and what speeds are you using?

    2. Kevin Tonui says:

      I recommend JTL faiba contact me on 0724314487 to get connected

  7. Mozy says:

    Hey, nice info here. Just a query, how can this be achieved without using cables? Connect your customers through wifi, say in the next apartment. Thanks

    1. feizel says:

      Thanks. You will have to use mikrotik or loco m2. The cable is recommended because its cheaper and easier.

    2. Wilson Kariuki says:

      Does one require licencing to start this business.

      1. feizel says:

        Business permit and business name registration are required.

  8. Rob says:

    Is there any other internet service provider who can give you good speeds other than Safaricom and Zuku?

    1. feizel says:

      Hello Rob, Yes, Acrab internet offers super-fast wireless internet service to all our customers in Nakuru, Kitale Gilgil towns, and Its environment. Thank you for Contacting Acrab Internet.

    2. Kevin Tonui says:

      Yes, have you tried faiba JTL? Contact me on 0724314487 and I will get you connected asap if we are within your neighborhood

  9. Anonymous says:

    Like!! Great article post.Really thank you! Really Cool.

  10. Greetings! Very useful advice in this particular post! It’s the little changes which will make the biggest changes. Many thanks for sharing!

  11. Danial says:

    Hmm it seems like your site ate my first comment (it was super
    long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I had written and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying
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  12. Kevin Tonui says:

    To get Faiba Home or Business internet contact me on email kevin.tonui@jtl.co.ke from as low as 5k monthly 30mbps. Up to 1gbps

  13. Gideon says:

    Great idea am trying this soon, thank you

    1. Thank you too.
      Keep me posted how it goes.

  14. Bernard says:

    Hey Acrab! Thanks for the post. It is very insightful. I reside in lucky summer Nairobi and internet in my place is expensive with low bandwidth.. Sometimes i feel like providers within my area are con. I am thinking about starting my own internet service business or partner with already existing providers like zuku or jtl to provide best net within my area. The problem is they don’t have a coverage within this area.. Can you advise on how i should go about starting or convincing this companies to partner with me

    1. Hello Bernard,
      We appreciate your positive feedback.
      That is an ideal area to market and start reselling the internet. If no coverage is available you can check where its available and work on how you can get it to your area (Use Point to Point)
      For more info, you can contact me at 0722625525 for a consultation.

  15. John munyi nderitu says:

    Please can you give me step by step guidelines on how to sell wifi over a whole town?
    Whether i should use cables or wireless connections to connect my customers.
    The approximate amount.
    The appropriate mbps for each person.
    And anything else usefel
    Ill be glad to hear from you

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