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Instapay to be down for 3 days due to a systems upgrade

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Dear Valued Client,

As part of our commitment to providing better and more efficient services, we are pleased to inform you that we are upgrading Instapay. Due to this scheduled system upgrade the service will be down from 31 October to 2 November 2017. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that may be caused, we thank you for your continued support.

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Instapay is a platform that was launched by Afrosoft Holdings, a Zimbabwean software development house. Instapay allows to instantly pay for utilities like ZESA, ZOL, TelOne and airtime for all three mobile networks in Zimbabwe that is Econet, Telecel and NetOne etc.

The platform allows you to pay using Telecash, EcoCash, Visa card and MasterCard.

The advantage of using Instapay mobile app to pay is that it keeps history of all your transactions. And that’s a good thing since the app provides multiple payment options, so instead of checking the history of each, you can just use Instapay then follow up on all the transactions on the same transaction statement.

So in case you’re only hearing about Instapay now and it seems like something ideal for you, you can download the app from this link (for Android). But then you’d have to wait until after the upgrade (2 November) to use it.

 


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