How to Pay DSTV with Vodafone Cash
Vodafone Cash is a quick, safe, and simple way to send money, make payments, and access cash using your mobile phone.
To register for the Vodafone Cash service, simply take a valid photo ID to any Vodafone Retail Store or agent. Name, Date of Birth, Location, Vodafone Mobile Number, National ID information, and Next of Kin information will be required to complete the process.
The registration process for Vodafone Cash takes less than five minutes. Signing up for Vodafone cash is also completely free.
Paying for bills using Vodafone Cash has now made things easy. With a twinkle of an eye, you can complete multiple billing transactions.
One of the bills that you can pay with Vodafone Cash is DSTV and the amazing thing about this is that you don’t need to go to the DSTV office as you can do it directly from your home.
In this article, we would be taking a look at how you can pay your DSTV bill using Vodafone Cash from the comfort of your home.
What you need before you can pay for DSTV using Vodafone Cash
You will need the following if you want to pay for your DSTV with Vodafone Cash;
- Register as a Vodafone Cash user
- Have your DSTV smart card number
How to pay for DSTV using Vodafone Cash
We have already established that paying for a DSTV subscription can easily be done using Vodafone and if you want to perform the transaction using Vodafone Cash, just do the following;
- Dial *110#
- Choose option 4 (Make payments)
- Choose option 1 (Pay bill)
- Choose option 3 (Utilities)
- Choose option 3 (DSTV)
- Enter your smart card number and follow the prompt
Vodafone is Ghana’s preferred telecom company because it is the only one that offers complete communications solutions such as mobile, fixed lines, internet, voice, and data, and it has the second-largest market share in Ghana.
The Vodafone Ghana Foundation, Vodafone’s CSR arm, provides socially relevant and economically impactful investment programs for the Ghanaian community on a long-term basis.
As a company, Vodafone feels a strong sense of responsibility and commitment to Ghana’s social development, and this is accomplished by conducting all operations responsibly and with a steadfast commitment to regulatory compliance.