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Taxi hailing service Uber has now made it possible for customers who have no internet connections to request a ride through a phone call. Previously, it was only possible to request a ride if you had a smartphone and internet connection in order to access the Uber app. You are also not required to have […]Read More
You can send money across networks. That means you can send mobile money from MPESA to Airtel Money or T-Kash and vice-versa. Follow the process below to send money from MPESA to Airtel Money: Dial *234# Select Option 1. MPESA products. (You will see a list of products. Scroll to the end) Enter 98: More […]Read More
The MPESA transaction rates 2019 are still the same since they were adjusted by the Financial Bill 2018. Following implementation of the bill, mobile money transactions attract an excise duty of 15 percent. Before the bill was effected, excise duty was pegged at 10 percent. MPESA to MPESA rates in KES Min Max Transfer to […]Read More
MPESA and Ali Express entered a partnership in May 2019 to enable customers on the e-commerce platform make mobile payments when buying goods. This is an addition on the MPESA Global initiatives which have seen the premier Safaricom service make deals with several fintech companies for easy financial transactions across various platforms. About MPESA So […]Read More
Cross border mobile money transfer services are now available throughout East Africa. You can now send and receive money via MPESA from or to Tanzania, Uganda, and Rwanda.Read More