How to Check your Fundi Card Balance

The FundiCard is a payment method for students who are funded by Fundi. It is similar to a debit card for students to spend their funds from Fundi. 

 

In order to check your balance on your Fundi card, there are a few ways:

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The FundiCard is a payment method for students who are funded by Fundi. It is similar to a debit card for students to spend their funds from Fundi. 

 

In order to check your balance on your Fundi card, there are a few ways:

  • Register on the Fundi website and login.
  • Dial *134*87646# and choose option 2. You do not need airtime or data to do this.
  • Call the Call Centre at 0860 44 33 44 and ask for your balance.
  • Visit a campus office and enquire about your balance.

 

You can use your Fundi card at multiple locations since Fundi has collaborated with stores such as:

  • Shoprite
  • Checkers
  • PicknPay
  • Selected Spur outlets
  • Nando's
  • Gallito's 
  • KFC
  • most on campus stores

and many more!

 

To learn more about Fundi, you can read here

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