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You can now pay for AliExpress goods with Lipa Na M-pesa. Shop online with M-pesa

Aliexpress M-pesa, an online retail portal, now accepts Lipa Na M-pesa payments after Safaricom signed a partnership deal with Ant financial.
Safaricom announced on Tuesday that it had secured a deal that will now enable all M-pesa users make payments on Aliexpress with M-pesa.
This will make it easier for Kenyans to make purchase payments on the site, which currently is among the world's leading online shopping malls, rivaling the likes of Amazon.
Aliexpress is owned by Alibaba, focusing on supporting China's export community is all their products worldwide. The site therefore targets international customers and for this reason it doesn't allow customers from mainland China.
Once you have selected the item you want to buy, under the payment methods, select M-pesa. Enter you mobile phone number and the site will automatically link to your M-pesa. You will then be prompted to enter you M-pesa pin in order to complete your transaction.
As an international trading partners, Aliexpress accepts various payment options which include Visa,American express, MasterCard, western union and many others.
The partnership with mpesa comes months after Safaricom introduced it's M-pesa global which allows Mpesa users send money to almost any part of the world.
This has seen mpesa partner with various international financial institutions.
The new development adds to M-pesa's increasing list of international partnerships.
You can now transfer funds between M-pesa and PayPal. Likewise, Kenyans abroad can Send money back home with worldremit
If you are a gambler you can also withdraw your earnings from Skrill directly to your mpesa account.


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