Now that Safaricom has almost doubled internet speeds for its home fibre customers, I’ve detailed a simple procedure that you can use to make those monthly payments. Customers can choose to either use a USSD code of better yet a Pay Bill number to settle their bills and continue enjoying internet. As we saw from our earlier tutorial, that indicates Safaricom is going all out to maximize returns from data services while expanding MPESA services to mitigate diminishing revenues from voice and text messages, Kenyans now have various options to choose for their fixed home internet needs.
How to get connected with Safaricom Home Fibre
Before we talk about how you can pay for your Safaricom Home fibre, let’s first outline how those aspiring to have fixed home internet from the telco can go about it. For a start, you must be within a locality covered by the Safaricom Home Fibre internet, a quick search on their website will show if you can be hooked up. Secondly, if the first statement is true, then you’ll need to avail personal details to any of Safaricom sales reps. And once your account has been created and paid, you should be connected within 48hrs, at least that’s what Safaricom says.
How to pay for your monthly Safaricom Home Fibre
- You can pay using a USSD Code *400#
- Proceed to chose Pay, and on the next options select appropriate account
- You can choose to pay for another account
- Enter the Account Number and proceed to put the amount as well as MPESA pin to complete the transaction
- To pay via MPESA Pay Bill, head over to MPESA and choose Pay Bill option
- Enter Home Fibre MPESA business number 150501
- Proceed to enter your Account Number
- Followed by the Amount and complete the transaction with your MPESA PIN.