M-PESA services to be unavailable for 4 hours on Saturday

Important notice

M-Pesa

Safaricom has announced that M-PESA services will temporarily be unavailable from Saturday November 6, midnight to Sunday November 7, 4am.

In a statement, Safaricom said the company was constantly investing and innovating M-PESA to meet the needs of customers as well as continue to support entrepreneurs in their businesses.

"To support this continued transformation, we regularly undertake enhancements and maintenance of our systems from time to time.

"In this regard, our M-PESA services shall be undergoing planned maintenance on Saturday 6th November 2021, starting from 2359hrs to Sunday 0400hrs," read the communication.

During the maintenance, all M-PESA services including airtime purchase shall be temporarily unavailable.

The timing of this maintenance activity has been planned to result in the least of inconvenience to the customers.

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