Hey, reverse calls are back. You know, that thing you used to do with the booth phone calls provided by Telkom back in the 80s and 90s. Where you could call an operator, to call the person you want to talk to but have no money to pay for the phone call. So the operator calls them on your behalf and asks them if they would be will to pay for the cost of the phone call.
Well, Safaricom has done a major TBT of that feature and brought it into the 21st-century mobile phone communications. The principle is the same, you (the initiator of the phone call) transfers the cost of the call to the receiver (the person you intend to call), by dialing #0728******.
When you dial the receiver phone number, beginning with the hash and followed by the 10 digits of their phone number. The receiver will get a normal phone ring with your number or name on their phone screen. When they accept the call, a pre-recorded voice prompt in English and Swahili will as you (the receiver) to press 1 to accept …read more
Read more here:: How to make a Safaricom Reverse Call