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How to Send Money from your Mpesa Account to T-Kash

Ever since the so called Mobile Money Interoperability was launched here in Kenya, most of us haven’t actually taken advantage of the opportunity it poses. The idea is to have money transferred seamlessly from one operator to the other. We all acknowledge that not a single mobile operator has everything we need, for example I prefer the low calling tariffs from Telkom Kenya, but I would still like to have Safaricom’s Mpesa to do transactions. From sheer lack of knowledge to simply lacking relevant information, I have compiled important info for those who’d need send money from their Mpesa accounts to T-Kash.

How To send money from M-Pesa to T-Kash;

  • From your device, Dial *234*1*8#
  • You will see M-Pesa Tuma Pesa Popote pop-up menu
  • Enter the person you intent to send money to phone number
  • Enter Mpesa PIN when prompted
  • Confirm the transaction

For those who have a smartphone, you can as well transfer cash from Mpesa to T-Kash using the ‘mySafaricom’ app.

Here’s M-Pesa to T-Kash Transaction Charges:

Minimum Amount (Kes.)Maximum Amount (Kes.)Transaction Charges (Kes.)
10150011
5011,00015
1,0011,50026
1,5012,50041
2,5013,50056
3,5015,00061
5,0017,50077
7,50110,00087
10,00115,00097
15,00120,000102
20,00170,000105

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