DSTV has been around for ages. Its safe to say they’ve been tested and trusted. With varieties of bouquets to choose from, getting disconnected is not an option but we cannot be too quick to forget how crappy their network can become most especially when its raining or the cloud gets foggy, the fact remains that they have not had a strong competitor that is why we are made to live with what is on ground pending when a strong satellite TV breaks their monopoly in this sector. Am i going off track? Now to the point, perhaps you’re wondering if there’s an alternative option of paying your DSTV bills asides the one you currently use? The under listed are the various means DSTV payments can be made, they are both online and offline.
Different Ways of Making DSTV Payments
1. At any DSTV Office
DSTV offices are everywhere. Even if there isn’t any close to you there’s at least one in your Local Government Area. Payment is quite fast.
Payment online is another alternative. I’ll be listing three of them.
Online banking is an electronic payment method that enables customers of a financial institution to conduct financial transactions on a website of that institution. It can be through the phone or a personal computer. Most people are busy and time is a luxury that needs to be well spent. Paying your DSTV bills is just a click away. Internet banking gives you the opportunity to do things at your own convenience, like paying your bills right from your office desk or on your bed. The deal with Internet banking is that you need to have the app of the institution or bank you use on your phone before you can make online payments. DSTV bill payment can be made via any bank online.
Quickteller gives you convenient access to an array of services including topping up your mobile phone, making payments and transferring money. The platform offers direct top up to credit your mobile phone, payments to billers such as DSTV, GOtv, Startimes, PHCN and Swift to name a few as well as send money to accounts in all commercial banks in Nigeria (as culled from their website). Quickteller is a very reliable way to make payments like DSTV bills online with your Verve or Naira Master Card. With Quickteller, all you need is your debit card. Visit the Quickteller website www.quickteller.com and click on DSTV payment, select the bouquet you intend paying for and give the necessary debit card details.
4. Mobile money
Mobile payment, also referred to as mobile money, mobile money transfer, and mobile wallet generally refer to payment services operated under financial regulation and performed from or via a mobile device (Wikipedia definition) . Mobile money is a new and alternative method of online payment. Its just a phone away, literally. Some mobile money services like GTPay, etransact, etc are also reliable methods.