We are here to teach you how to pay for your Telkom mobile account. If you’re a Telkom user in South Africa, this article is for you. Telkom is in more than 30 African countries and has millions of subscribers, but we will focus only on their South African subscribers. There are several ways to pay Telkom, and we’re going to explore all the channels in a well-detailed way.
How to pay your Telkom mobile account
- At a Bank: You can pay at the bank but they have a list of banks you can pay to, and that includes; ABSA, FNB, or Standard Bank branch. Remember to take the first page of this invoice with your payment to any of the branches.
- Through Electronic Payments: Since technology has evolved, I can say this is the best and fastest way to make your payment. With this method, you can pay through Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs), Internet, or telephone banking transfer facilities. The banks that can process this for you are; ABSA, FNB, Mercantile Bank, Nedbank, and Standard Bank. A unique number will be requested from you, which includes; the Group No, System number, and payment code combined as one number. If you’re confused about where to see this number, search for it at the bottom of the front page of your bill under the Mail Payment slip.
- Through ShopriteCheckers: Simply provide your invoice, including your payment to the cashier.