How do you SAMBAZA bundles
- 1 How do you SAMBAZA bundles? Both PostPay and PrePay customers can transfer data bundles to each other using the SAMBAZA Bundles service.
- 2 To SAMBAZA Dial *544# then choose Sambaza Internet to use the service.
- 3 How do you SAMBAZA bundles?
- 4 Sambaza Bundles transfers have been limited to 20MB a day from 999MB by Safaricom.
How do you SAMBAZA bundles? Both PostPay and PrePay customers can transfer data bundles to each other using the SAMBAZA Bundles service.
To SAMBAZA Dial *544# then choose Sambaza Internet to use the service.
One can send a minimum of 5 MB Sambaza Bundles. The smallest MB balance that should remain on your account once you Sambaza is 5 MB.
Also 10 MB is the maximum Sambaza bundles at one go that one can send and the maximum daily amount is 20MB.
You can Sambaza Bundles up to 2 times daily and a maximum of 20 times monthly for data amounts between 5MB & 20MB.
How do you SAMBAZA bundles?
Dial *544# then choose Sambaza Internet.
Now put the amount of Internet data bundles to Sambaza and finish by putting the mobile number you want to Sambaza Bundles to.
- Daily data bundles and Free (Promotional) data bundles can not be transferred
- You can not send back bundles sent to the wrong numbers
- Only customer PostPay numbers can Sambaza while company PostPay numbers can not Sambaza but only receive.
- Safaricom bundles once bought can not be sold.
Sambaza Bundles transfers have been limited to 20MB a day from 999MB by Safaricom.
“Any data bundle not used within its validity time will be deleted and will not be available for use,”. As a rule Safaricom says
It is not possible to add the expiry time by buying new bundles.
The new rules also limit sending of data bundles between customers to a maximum of 10MB per transaction and only two transactions (20MB) in a day.
In January, Safaricom reduced the limit on the number of times one SIM card can Sambaza bundles in a month from 50 to 20.
Seems like the move was aimed at controlling a growing black-market that was reselling cheaper data bundles, popularly known as “Safaricom bundles mwitu”.
“Bundles mwitu” sellers in Kenya have reduced considerably because of the bundle limits introduced by Safaricom.