Telecommunications provider Safaricom has announced today, Saturday that some of its services will be unavailable to users over the weekend. In a statement issued on July 24, the giant Telcomunication campany some of its services will be unavailable from 10pm on Saturday as the company will be upgrading its systems to help her customers much better.
Kenya largest telecommunication company, Safaricom has rolled out Bonga For Good, an initiative that will see customers use Bonga Points to pay for essential goods and services.This campaign is a response by the company to the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the biggest being reduced income for majority of Kenyans. Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa said, the company shareholders have seen Kenyans lose some or all of their income as result of this pandemic, making it difficult to meet their needs. This i
Whenever you use any Safaricom services from making calls, sending texts and Even using Mpesa. Safaricom rewards it's users with Bonga Points. I.e when making calls, customers gain 1 bonga point in every kes. 10 used. The short code used for bonga point is *126# and then following prompts. Customers can redeem their Bonga Points in a variety of means. The most common that has existed for a while is redeeming minutes, airtime, and even phones. Safaricom have improved and increased the scope for Bonga redemption.
In a statement issued today, the giant Telcom company, Safaricom, said some of its services will be unavailable from 10 pm on Saturday adding that it will be upgrading its systems to help its customers much better. The system upgrade will allow the network providers to offer more services to their customers and meet all their needs.
Giant telco, Safaricom has launched Bonga for Good initiative, a service that will enable customers use Bonga Points to purchase essential goods and services. The campaign was rolled out in efforts to mitigate the negative impact caused by COVID-19 pandemic that has seen the reduction of many people’s income. Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa said that the initiative was meant to “empower Kenyans to use the points earned from using Safaricom products over the years to pay for their essentials or to donate them
Safaricom company has announced that some of its services will be unavailable to users over the weekend. In a statement issued on Saturday, July 24, the giant Telco said some of its services will be unavailable from 10 pm on Saturday adding that it will be upgrading its systems to help its customers much better.
Bonga Points have assisted many people especially in emergency and even to get for exams smartphones and now days you can use it to buy goods.Lets see what Safaricom say about this offer;Get rewarded with fabulous offers for using your Safaricom line. Bonga Points is a loyalty scheme for all Safaricom PrePay and PostPay subscribers. Once registered to the Programme, you start earning points immediately. The more you use your line, the more points you earn. Earning of Bonga Points starts as soon as you register
Safaricom is the leading telecommunication network in Kenya with the best customer service and many customers as compared to other networks. It is know for its best services which includes calls, internet services, offering of loans in partnership with some banks. Today we age going to discuss about one of it's service which enables you to buy airtime,pay all your bills and even buy goods and services using it. This service is known as Bonga Points. Bonga points is a loyalty scheme for all Safaricom PrePay and