Whether you are in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Uganda or Botswana or any other African country, making your DSTV payments doesn’t need to be a hassle. Indeed, Multichoice has simplified life for you by making it possible to make DSTV payments online. Instead of visiting your nearest DSTV outlet, now you can make all your payments over the internet. So, how do you make DSTV payments online?
Paying for DSTV over the internet
In order to make your DSTV payments over the internet, all that you need to do is the following;
- Go to the DSTV website
- Sign into your account using either your Surname or your Phone number and your Smartcard Number
- Click on “Pay,” to make your DSTV payment.
- Next, click on the “View Balance and Pay,” button
- You will now be taken to your Payment Summary Page
- Click on Pay to make a DSTV online payment
- In the next page, scroll down and choose a payment option
- Click on the “Next,” button
- Complete your payment by entering your bank details
- You will now receive confirmation that your payment has been successful.
You account is instantly activated once you have made your DSTV online payment
The advantage of making DSTV payments online is that, should your account have been deactivated due to non payment, you do not need to do anything else to get reactivated once you have made your payment. You do not, as an example, need to get in touch with DSTV.
That’s because DSTV accounts that are settled over the internet are automatically reactivated. It may take a couple of minutes, but you will soon seen your channels reappearing.
Should this not happen, then, by any means, feel free to get in touch with DSTV to get your account reactivated.
Can Zimbabweans make DSTV Payments Online?
Yes, it’s still possible for Zimbabweans to make DSTV payments online. However, they do need to have prepaid MasterCard or Visa Cards because ordinary Zimbabwean bank cards can no longer be used when making online purchases. Hope you have found this article useful. If so, feel free to leave a comment in the section below. Also feel free to ask questions using the Ask NetworkBees section.