There are others too, and some have since been scrapped off, including the much loved M-Ledger app that still some people want to see revived – and we all subtly know that it will never happen – and, the Home Fibre app whose features were moved to mySafaricom.
Now, today’s update is very crucial especially when we consider that Kenyans have been asked to update their SIM card details.
The good news is that you don’t need to do all that as the app now allows you to re-confirm your registration details so that your SIM isn’t switched off in the end of October 2022, which is the deadline of the exercise.
Safaricom has provided an online portal where you can self update your SIM details and confirm your registration. You can now update your line from the comfort of your house. You do not need to visit the Safaricom house or shop.
Using mySafaricom App to verify
On the mySafaricom App home page, there’s a notice to verify SIM details
If you can’t find it, go to the Account page and click “Update SIM Registration Details”
Go through the steps above and provide required details
Verify your numbers
It’s a simple process that should take your a few minutes. Make sure your phone numbers listed are correct. Also, help out those who may not have updated their details.
In case you don’t see phone numbers that should be listed, contact or visit the nearest Safaricom Shop for assistance.
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