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How to Send Money To Safaricom's MPESA TILL From Airtel Money And Telkom T-kash


How to pay Mpesa bill number from Airtel And Telkom

In this article we're going to share with you the most effective method to Pay for your goods or services using Safaricom's MPESA Till From either Airtel Money or Telkom's T-kash.

Any Kenyan consumer can now straightforwardly pay for services and products through MPESA till number from Telkom and Airtel portable cash platforms. A few controllers drove by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) have encouraged a consistent exchange to battle Safaricom's predominant situation in Mobile cash Transfers. The Lipa na M-Pesa interoperability is live now, sent off last week by the telcos and partners.

This is the principal period of Merchant Interoperability, permitting Kenyans to bring in portable cash installments to a M-PESA Buy Goods Till from any network.

To pay any MPESA Till Number from Airtel Money:

  • Dial *222# on your Airtel line,
  • Select Lipa Na Airtel Money,
  • Select Pay Goods, MPESA Till
  • Enter MPESA purchase Till number,
  • Enter amount,
  • Your pin, confirm then OK to complete the transaction.
To pay Mpesa Till from Telkom T-kash,

  • Dial *160# on your Telkom line,
  • Select Buy Goods and Services
  • Enter amount to pay and follow the few remaining steps to complete the transaction.

This new move to integrate Mpesa with other mobile money operators in the country comes as a great relief to other Telcos in the country, and Telkom, Airtel as well as Safaricom are certain that this arrangement will offer a quicker, more reasonable, secure, and helpful choice to cash installments and furthermore wipe out the issue of moving cash across networks prior to making installments.



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