Do you want to know how to divert Safaricom calls to Airtel in Kenya? Worry not because this article focuses exactly on that.
You can divert calls to Airtel if you do not want to miss important messages.
Some situations make it necessary to divert calls to the Airtel line.
In most cases, you may prefer to divert incoming calls if your Safaricom line is currently not accessible.
The process of diverting Safaricom calls to Airtel can be attained by using these simple USSD code steps on your mobile phone, as I will illustrate in this editorial.
How To Divert Safaricom Calls To Airtel Using USSD Code
You need to dial **21*, followed by the Airtel number you want calls to be diverted to, followed by #.
For example, **21*0737865432#.
Diverting Safaricom Calls To Airtel That I Do Not Want To Receive
If you want to divert Safaricom calls that you do not want to receive to Airtel, dial **61* followed by the Airtel number you want your Safaricom calls to be diverted to followed by #.
An example is **61*0734567800#.
Diverting Safaricom Incoming Calls To Airtel Only If My Primary Phone Is Off
To do so, you need to dial **62* followed by the Airtel mobile number you want your Safaricom calls to be diverted to, followed by #.
Diverting Safaricom Incoming Calls To Airtel Only If MY Primary Phone Is Engaged
To divert your incoming calls only when your primary phone is engaged, dial **67* followed by the Airtel number you want your calls to be diverted to followed by #.
For example, **67*0733668900#
You will receive an announcement telling you that you have successfully set it up.
Note that, for you to use call diversion successfully, you need to order call diversion first, and it can take up to twenty-four (24) hours before you can use it.
The information in this article will help you learn how to divert Safaricom calls to Airtel in Kenya.