MultiChoice Customers can now Pay Subscriptions Through the Stanbic Bank Digital Banking Channels at no Extra Cost.

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Stanbic Bank Uganda's Chief Executive Offiecer; Patrick Mweheire (Left) and Charles Hamya; General Manager of MultiChoice Uganda (Right) are seen shaking hands during the partnership of MultiChoice Uganda and Stanbic Bank Uganda to bring online payments to MultiChoice customers, during a Joint Press Confernce held at MultiChoice Head Offices in Kololo, Kampala on Tuesday 22nd November, 2016. (Photo shot by: Nathan Ernest Olupot)
Stanbic Bank Uganda's Chief Executive Offiecer; Patrick Mweheire (Left) and Charles Hamya; General Manager of MultiChoice Uganda (Right) are seen shaking hands during the partnership of MultiChoice Uganda and Stanbic Bank Uganda to bring online payments to MultiChoice customers, during a Joint Press Confernce held at MultiChoice Head Offices in Kololo, Kampala on Tuesday 22nd November, 2016. (Photo shot by: Nathan Ernest Olupot)

During a joint press conference held at MultiChoice Head Offices in Kololo, MultiChoice Uganda together with Stanbic Bank Uganda announced their partnership to provide free online payments with no extra costs incurred to MultiChoice customers.

MultiChoice and Stanbic Bank Uganda are making it easier and more convenient for DSTV and GOTV customers to pay their subscription through Stanbic’s uniquely tailored Mobile and Online banking solutions. The new partnership will enable Stanbic clients to continue enjoying their DSTV and GOTV experience by making instant, easy payments through the bank’s digital solution like the Stanbic App, Online banking and Stanbic mobile Banking.

Addressing the media at the conference, Charles Hamya; General Manager of MultiChoice Uganda said, “The Biggest advantage now is the versatility of the Stanbic digital banking platforms that interface directly with our billing system which customers can access at no extra cost.”

“This means our clients get instantly reconnected once they have made the mobile or online payment without the need to queue up at our offices or line up at a banking hall,” Mr. Charles notes.

Patrick Mweheire; CEO Stanbic Bank Uganda also pointed out that, “By using the Stanbic digital solutions, customers will enjoy the ability to instantly renew their subscriptions and will not incur and extra charges for the service.”

“To enjoy this opportunity the customer will need to be registered for either Mobile or Online Banking platforms,” Veronica Sentogo; Stanbic’s Head of Digital Banking, urged as she demonstrated how the payment on Stanbic’s mobile banking platforms are done.

Stanbic Bank Uganda's Chief Executive Offiecer; Patrick Mweheire (Left) and Charles Hamya; General Manager of MultiChoice Uganda (Right) are seen shaking hands during the partnership of MultiChoice Uganda and Stanbic Bank Uganda to bring online payments to MultiChoice customers, during a Joint Press Confernce held at MultiChoice Head Offices in Kololo, Kampala on Tuesday 22nd November, 2016. (Photo shot by: Nathan Ernest Olupot)
Stanbic Bank Uganda’s Chief Executive Offiecer; Patrick Mweheire (Left) and Charles Hamya; General Manager of MultiChoice Uganda (Right) are seen shaking hands during the partnership of MultiChoice Uganda and Stanbic Bank Uganda to bring online payments to MultiChoice customers, during a Joint Press Confernce held at MultiChoice Head Offices in Kololo, Kampala on Tuesday 22nd November, 2016. (Photo shot by: Nathan Ernest Olupot)

How to pay using the Stanbic App

  1. Login using your Digital ID.
  2. Click on Transact.
  3. Buy Prepaid.
  4. TV subscription.
  5. DSTV or GOTV (Choose one you’re currently using).
  6. Lastly follow the prompts given to you to complete the payment.

Once you confirm that the transaction has been successfully completed, you will receive a notification alert from the bank to inform you that a deduction has been made for your account. Your TV subscription will be reconnected within minutes.

Mr. Charles urges all Stanbic Bank customers to utilize the Stanbic Mobile and Online Payment platforms.

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