The sports category has moved to a new website.

10 Safaricom services to be interrupted for 1 hour on Sunday

Leading telecommunications giant, Safaricom, has revealed that a scheduled maintenance activity will temporarily disrupt ten categories of services on Sunday, June 11.

Safaricom refutes dominance claims by Airtel, says the market is big enough for healthy competition

The company has announced that these services will be unavailable for a one-hour duration, specifically between 11:00 pm and 11:59 pm, to facilitate essential system maintenance.

During this time, several services will be affected, including popular features such as Lipa Na M-Pesa and Buy goods and services, M-Pesa Business to Customer (B2C) and Business to Business (B2B) transactions, USSD services including *100# and *200#, as well as the Daraja portal and all M-Pesa APIs.

The M-Pesa organization Portal, dealer portal, and Lipa Na M-Pesa portal will also be temporarily inaccessible.

Furthermore, Safaricom's international money transfer services, including Western Union transactions and M-Pesa Global, will experience a temporary suspension.

ADVERTISEMENT

Additionally, the Mpesa App and Safaricom App, M-Shwari, KCB M-PESA, M-Kesho, Pinless Top Up, and IoT services will be affected during the maintenance period.

Safaricom services that will be unavailable:

  • Lipa Na M-Pesa and Buy goods and services
  • M-Pesa Business to Customer - B2C, Business to Business-B2B
  • USSD services including *100# and *200#
  • Daraja portal and all Mpesa API's
  • M-Pesa organization Portal, dealer portal and Lipa Na M-Pesa portal
  • International Money Transfers (Western union) and M-pesa Global
  • Mpesa App and Safaricom app
  • M-Shwari, KCB M-PESA and M-Kesho.
  • Pinless Top Up
  • IoT services

However, Safaricom has reassured its customers that all other services, including calls, data, SMS, and other M-Pesa functionalities, will remain fully operational throughout the maintenance window.

ADVERTISEMENT

In an official statement, the company emphasized, "All other services including calls, data and SMS and all other M-Pesa services will be available as usual."

By conducting this necessary system maintenance, Safaricom aims to ensure the continued smooth functioning and reliability of its services. The temporary interruptions in specific service categories are a proactive measure to improve overall system performance and enhance customer experiences.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

ADVERTISEMENT

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

The Kreativepreneurship Program: Empowering Kenya's Young Creatives

The Kreativepreneurship Program: Empowering Kenya's Young Creatives

Tanzania gov't launches million dollar real estate venture in Nairobi

Tanzania gov't launches million dollar real estate venture in Nairobi

Family Bank loses board chairperson 3 weeks after appointment

Family Bank loses board chairperson 3 weeks after appointment

Hashi Energy disposes of 31 trucks, & other assets as it winds up after 33 years

Hashi Energy disposes of 31 trucks, & other assets as it winds up after 33 years

Sabina Joy, CBD home & other assets owned by billionaire Gerald Gikonyo

Sabina Joy, CBD home & other assets owned by billionaire Gerald Gikonyo

In shadow of the business summit: The U.S. buys right to pollute Angola with toxic waste

In shadow of the business summit: The U.S. buys right to pollute Angola with toxic waste

The role of digital payments in Kenya's online gaming market

The role of digital payments in Kenya's online gaming market

EPRA announces new fuel prices  for June & July

EPRA announces new fuel prices for June & July

Kenya fulfils 6 of IMF's strict conditions in budget & Finance Bill 2024

Kenya fulfils 6 of IMF's strict conditions in budget & Finance Bill 2024

ADVERTISEMENT