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Parking fees now payable through Airtel

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Airtel customers can now pay Nairobi County parking fees using their mobile phone.  Bharti Airtel has partnered with Jambo Pay and Nairobi City County to introduce the platform that now gives motorists more payment options, beside the Nairobi City County mobile wallet.

Announcing the launch, Airtel said Airtel Money customers will be required to dial *217# and follow the steps on the menu. Alternatively, they can download the Nairobi City County App on Google Play from an Android Mobile phone, or access through the internet via the Nairobi City web portal.

Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi said: “We want to create convenience for our customers in all spheres and especially in making payments.”

Mr Danson Muchemi, CEO Jambo Pay said their partnership with Airtel would bring Nairobi motorists more comfort and flexibility, by allowing them to choose their preferred service provider, while making parking fees payment through Jambo Pay.

Nairobi City County Executive  for ICT and e-Government Anne Lokidor said Nairobi County government was commitment o promoting ease of conducting business in the city. She described the partnership with Airtel and Jambo Pay as part of its commitment to eradicate bottlenecks to investment and innovation.

Airtel Money currently has more than 1500 agents in Nairobi. The partnership with Jambo Pay follows recent pact with the Kenya Airports Parking Services (KAPS) which enables Airtel customers pay for their parking fees quickly and conveniently using Airtel Money, skipping long queues at malls and parking-bay areas.

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