How to pay MPESA Till Number using Buy Goods option from Airtel and Telkom networks

Over the last couple of days, you must have seen some marketing activities relating to now being able to pay for your bills via Mpesa Till numbers using Telkom Kenya’s T-Kash or Airtel money options. The service has been enabled through Merchant interoperability that now allows Safaricom’s MPESA Tills to accept payments from other networks. All you need to do, is to navigate to your respective mobile money provider menu and look for the MPESA TILL option and seamlessly complete your transaction.

There have been several concerns on just how influential MPESA has been given it currently occupies more than 80 percent of the mobile money transactions in the country. In fact, latest reports indicate efforts by the government to have the service split from its parent company Safaricom to avoid the telco enjoying undue advantage over other service providers.

How to pay for your bill on MPESA TILL number using Telkom Kenya’s T-Kash

On your mobile phone, follow below process and complete your transactions.

  • Dial *160#
  • On the next option, select “Buy Goods and Services”
  • Choose “Use MPESA TILL”
  • Enter the Till number and complete the transaction

How to pay for your bill on MPESA TILL number using Airtel Money

Follow below process if you are on the Airtel Kenya network.

  • Dial *222*
  • Select “Lipa na Airtel Money” on the next options
  • Select Pay Goods, MPESA Till
  • Enter the respective MPESA buy Goods Till number
  • Complete your transaction

Paying via MPESA remains the same, where you just need to go to MPESA menu and select Lipa na Mpesa followed by Buy Goods, then entering Till number.



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