Errors on the MySafaricom App

#21

I never enjoyed mpesa transactions with that app. Reason Why I don’t use it

#22

I only use the app to check my bundle and airtime balance.Its not helpful on any other thing.Safaricom should seek to intergrate the features of the M-Ledger app into the MySafaricom app then discontinue the Mledger app.

#23

mySafaricom app has improved quite a lot. Checking and redeeming bonga points is quite easy. I also like the process of confirming cash recipient when sending Mpesa. It’s way better than it is on the USSD process.

#24

Just stick to USSD

#25

That sounds like the only new thing I can prefer it but still I don’t want to have an app that my launcher is going to remind me its unused.

#26

Has the mledger android app been pulled out of the playstore? Can’t find it, if so it’s sad because it really gave people a view of just how much money they handle like my old man was shocked to find out that he transacted almost 10M but can’t tell where all that cash went.

#27

Crazy! Was looking for it today and couldn’t find it too.

UPDATE: It’s back.

#28

Also found it on the safaricom app store

#29

Don’t you people love your money? The fees paid to Safaricom for transactions worth 10M must be insane. (Unless you meant 10k)

#30

Yeah,he spent 10 m on mpesa, airtime bought for others was at 270k, his was 130k, pay bill about 4m, I think he should find a better way of paying his employees (casuals) and the suppliers.
My betting uncle installed the app and found out his betting habits cost him 60k while earning him just 14k.
The app is available on the safaricom app store.

#31

Hahaha. 60k? That’s a lot. Betting will be the end of some people.

#32

LOL! Took mledger to alert him that he was losing money from betting. :grin::grin:

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#33

Just realized that mySafaricom now requires you to exclusively use Safaricom data to use it. They confirmed as much. What nonsense is this?

#34

I disagree with this. Maybe the first time. I use the app on Zuku and Telkom with no issues. mySafaricom app happens to be installed on the phone that has Telkom, and I can push it to the other phone that has Safaricom.

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#35


They admit it themselves even confirmed via twitter DM that it has to be saf data

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#36

Mine only works either with Safaricom Cellular Data or Safaricom Home Wifi internet

#37

It’s right there, data first then you can switch to WiFi. This I have confirmed, I am able to buy airtime from Mpesa on the app with data switched off and WiFi on.

#38

Yes but it has to be safaricom data. Not Telkom, not airtel etc. Thats my gripe. Also the requirement for Mobile data is rather mot. even if they need it for the handshake/authentication its rather obnoxious of them to force mobile data first.

#39

Mine works on any data network whether cellular(all networks) or Wifi.

#40

That’s what happens. Just the first time when setting up requires Safaricom data.