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How to top up Telkom airtime via M-pesa using Telkom paybill,Pesapal or ipay.

How to top up Telkom via M-Pesa

Telkom have been working so hard to rebrand and reposition itself as the most preferred network provider in the country, albeit a stiff Competition from Safaricom, Airtel and lately Faiba Mobile.
Though it still has a long way to go, Telkom data is currently quite competitive, and  many mobile users are now using Telkom Internet.
The challenge however is getting access to their scratch cards, but thankfully you can easily too up using M-Pesa.
In case you want to buy Telkom data and don't have sufficient airtime, you can consider buying Telcom credit via M-pesa, since it is easy and more convenient than having to look for a scratch card.
There are three options to top up Telkom airtime through M-pesa pay bill.
Read to find the most convenient one for you, and enjoy Telkom affordable calls and data.

A.How to top up Telkom airtime via M-Pesa with Telkom Paybill.
After partnering with Pesapal and ipay for a long period of time,Telkom Kenya now have their own pay pill number 777711.
To buy airtime using Telkom pay bill, follow the steps below:
  1. Go to M-pesa menu,lipa na M-pesa, then pay bill. 
  2. Enter business number 777711
  3. Enter your Telkom number as the account number. (In case you don't remember your number, dial *100#, then select option 1'my account', then option 2' my number')
  4. Input the amount followed by your M-pesa pin then send.
  5. You will receive a message from ejaze confirming your airtime top up
B.How to top up telkom airtime via M-pesa Using pesapal.
Pesapal was the first Mpesa airtime purchase service provider, and up to now many Kenyans use this service to top up other Airtel and Telkom lines direct from Safaricom Mpesa. 
  1. Go to Mpesa pay bill.
  2. Enter business number 220220.
  3. Enter your Telkom number as account number.
  4. Enter the amount, your Mpesa pin then OK.
  5. You will receive an SMS from Mpesa pal confirming your purchase.
How to buy Telkom airtime online using Pesapal.
Apart from using Pesapal paybill, you can also top up your Telkom line onine. To do so, follow the following simple steps:
  • Go to
  • Enter your email address
  • Fill in your name followed by your contact number.
  • Select 'single number top up'. 
  • Enter the Telkom number you want to top up, yours or any other.
  • Click proceed.
  • From the many payment options available, choose the one that you want to make your payments with. The payment options include M-pesa, Airtel money, Pesapal, Pesapal e-wallet and many more.
  • You can also complete your payments through bank, or instead use Visa card or master card. Some payment options might require extra information to complete the payment.
The advantage with Pesapal online airtime purchase is that it allows you to buy airtime for multiple numbers, each with a different top up value.
Apart from airtime purchase,Pesapal has other services which include allowing merchants receive online payments. For more you can visit Pesapal official website.
The first option,being Telkom direct pay bill number, gives you some discount of 20% for top up above Ksh.50. The top up is also immediate, while Pesapal transaction usually takes some minutes to reflect.
You can also top up your Telkom Kenya airtime using ipay paybill number 510800. Ipay is an online payment platform that allows traders and individuals receive/make online payments Via mpesa,VISA, MasterCard Airtel money or Kenswitch.
Note: You earn Ziada Points Everytime you  use your Telkom line to make calls buy data or send SMS. For every Ksh.1 spent, you are awarded one Ziada Point. After you have accumulated enough points, you can redeem for free airtime, bundles or a device.


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