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How to Subscribe for DSTV Using an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) – 2020 Updates

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How to Subscribe for DSTV Using an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) – 2020 Updates.

Subscribe for DSTV Using ATM Machine: This article will provide a precise and up-to-date guide on how to pay for your DSTV subscriptions using your debit card on an ATM Machine.

Digital Satellite TV (DSTV) is doubtlessly the leading service provider in Nigeria.

They came into existence in 1995 and today, they have more than 700,000 subscribers and counting. There are other satellite service providers but none can be compared to DSTV in terms of number of channels and subscribers.

How to Subscribe for DSTV Using an Automated Teller Machine

DSTV subscription can be done through many methods and customers can choose any method they find comfortable with. Many would prefer using Quickteller, but this requires a subscription for internet service on your mobile phone. Nevertheless, the payment through Quickteller can be done using an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) which does not require internet service on your mobile phone.

Steps to Pay for DSTV Using an Automated Teller Machine (ATM).

  1. Insert your ATM card at the nearest ATM stand,
  2. Enter your pin and select the OK button,
  3. Select the Quickteller option,
  4. Select the pay bills option,
  5. Select DSTV option,
  6. A list of DSTV bouquets will be displayed with the prices for you to select your choice,
  7. A verification page or payment confirmation will be displayed,
  8. Select OK

Once the payment is complete, your DSTV will be reactivated and if after the payment has been successful and your DSTV has not been reactivated, text RA smartcard No to 30333 and your DSTV will be reactivated after viewing the message.

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