NetOne Airtime Transfer Step by Step Guide

Do you wish to transfer NetOne airtime to a friend, brother, mother, uncle or anybody else? If yes, then this article is what you have been looking for. In it, we show you how to send NetOne airtime from one person to the other. Having this knowledge is essential if you sometimes wish to transfer credit to your parents back in the rural areas, where NetOne usage is most prevalent. So, how is it done?

How to Transfer NetOne Airtime

To do a NetOne airtime transfer, you need to take the following steps;

  • Dial *171# on your phone.
  • Choose the Services option (option 8).
  • Next, select Credit Transfer.
  • Now you need to enter the NetOne number to which you wish to send airtime.
  • Enter the amount that you wish to transfer.
  • Confirm that you want to make the airtime transfer.
  • You will now receive notification that the transfer was successful.

What is the NetOne Airtime Transfer Code?

Are you looking for code to transfer NetOne airtime to someone else? The NetOne Airtime transfer code is *171#. That is the code that you use to access many services from the company, including buying data and sending money to other people on the NetOne network.

Sending airtime is convenient

The ability to send money to other people on the same network is convenient. We have previously written an article on how to transfer Econet airtime. The only shortcoming for Zimbabwean networks is that the people to whom you are sending the airtime need to be on the same network. Wish there was a way through which to send airtime to an Econet user from a NetOne line.

Unfortunately, Zimbabwe’s telecomms sector is not that integrated. A while back, there was talk of sharing infrastructure and such, but I don’t think that ever saw the light of the day. In South Africa, things are a bit more flexible. As an example, you can do what’s referred to as porting, which simply means you can move between networks. So, if you are fed up with Cell C, you can move to Telkom. Wish that was available in Zimbabwe.

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