DSTV Zimbabwe introduces direct online payment for VISA/Mastercard


DSTV Zimbabwe has introduced a new online self-service system that allows customers to pay their subscriptions, change their bouquet packages, clear error codes, view their account, get support and search for authorised installers directly from its own platform.

The online payment option allows you to pay using your VISA or Mastercard Online directly to DSTV through a Pay U service

PayU is the mobile payment division of NASPERS, who own MultiChoice, SuperSport, DStv, MNet and ShowMax among other well-known media brands.


This move by DSTV may be their work around to getting their money out of Zimbabwe, the VISA/Mastercard payments will be transferred out of Zimbabwe no longer needing to be settled locally then remitted to South Africa.

The online payment method may not be the best news for all the banks and mobile money services that had formed partnerships with DSTV Zimbabwe, this move looks like DSTV may be aiming to become its own independent payment option (Pay U and DSTV same owner), especially with fears mounting over the bond note and lack of foreign currency.

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