I'd like to estimate the following sum $$ \sum_{n\leq x}\frac1{k_n}\;,\qquad x\rightarrow \infty\;, $$ where $k_n=[\mathbb{Q}(\zeta_n,a^{1/n}):\mathbb{Q}]$ is the degree of a Kummer extension for a fixed integer $a$, $a\neq 0,\pm1$. From the literature (Hooley's paper on Artin conjecture under GRH), we know that if $a=b^h$ for some integer $b=b_0 b_1^2$, with $b_0$ squarefree, being $h$ the maximum possible exponent, then $$ k_n=\frac{n\varphi(n)}{\delta(n)\gcd(n,h)}\;, $$ where $\delta(n)=1,2$ depending on $a$ (irrelevant for our asymptotic estimate).

Is it correct what follows? $$ \sum_{n\leq x}\frac1{k_n} \leq 2h \sum_{n\leq x}\frac1{n\varphi(n)} \ll \frac{\log x}{x}\;, $$ by Abel's summation formula.

Last but not least, does a similar result apply in the case $a\in\mathbb{Q}$? In this case, can we continue saying that $$ \sum_{n\leq x}\frac1{k_n}\leq C \sum_{n\leq x}\frac1{n\varphi(n)} $$ for some fixed constant $C$? That is, does the Hooley's computations of $k_n$ remain similar in this case? What's the analogy of $a=b^h=(b_0b_1^2)^h$ now? Any literature suggestion where I can find this argument explained?

Thanks in advance.