How to make DStv subscription payments in Zimbabwe (April 2017)

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These are are the latest Multichoice Zimbabwe DStv subscription payment options. Updated April 2017.

 CashPoint of SaleInternetMobileComment
CABSyesyesyesyesCABS customers only and a limit of $103 a month
CBZyesyesyesyesCBZ customers only and a limit of $103 a month
StanbicyesnoyesyesAnyone can pay
BarclaysnonoyesyesBarclays Customers Only
MetBankyesnonoyesAnyone can pay
FBC BankyesnoyesyesAnyone can pay
Steward BankyesnonoyesAnyone can pay
Standard CharterednononoyesStandard Chartered customers only and a limit of $103 a month
POSByesnonoyesAnyone can pay
NMB BankyesnoyesyesAnyone can pay
ZB BankyesnononoAnyone can pay
EcoCashnononono
EcoCash Rand WalletnononoyesEcoCash customers only. No limits.
PayUnonoyesnoYou pay using your VISA or Mastercard on the internet only .
To pay, go to https://eazy.dstv.com/en/zw
Sign in and use your smartcard to verify your account. Then eventually select PayU option, after which you will be asked for your card number.
ABSA South AfricaContact Multichoice for account details

Multichoice Zimbabwe is the Zimbabwean operation of the South African headquartered company Multichoice Africa. Multichoice Zimbabwe operates as a franchise. The local company is the one in charge of the DStv pay TV operations in the country. Read More

DStv is a Pay TV service owned by South African company, Multichoice. DStv provides a broad spectrum of entertainment, news and information channels subscribed to via bouquets. Bouquets have a pre selected number of channels. In Zimbabwe, the DStv service is provided by Multichoice Zimbabwe, and agent of the parent company in South Africa. Read More

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6 Comments

  1. The Duke of Seke says:

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  2. Prime says:

    U left out Ecobank, it also has a prepaid visa card called CashXpress that charges $1 for online transations, works on aliexpress ,paypal, but it strictly loads US$ only no bonds

  3. Tina says:

    Econet;s EcoCash no longer allow Virtual Payments

  4. [email protected] says:

    Why do banks like posb only alow to accept the payment if it is in U.S dollars ?

  5. Spencer says:

    Trying topay on line keeps

    1. Spencer says:

      Keeps saying captcha wrong

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