Here’s a comprehensive list of M-Pesa Charges in 2019. Current Safaricom M-Pesa charges for sending and withdrawing money through a Safaricom agent, ATM and M-Pesa tariffs when transferring cash both to registered and non-registered users. All deposits are free. There are no charges when buying Safaricom airtime through M-Pesa.
|Min (Ksh)||Max (Ksh)||Transfer to other M-PESA Users||Transfer to Unregistered Users||Withdraw From M-PESA Agent|
Safaricom Mpesa Withdrawal Charges for ATM
|Mpesa Transaction Range (Ksh)|
|Min (Ksh)||Max (Ksh)||Mpesa Charges|
Other Safaricom Mpesa Transaction Charges
|Mpesa Transaction||Mpesa Charges (Ksh)|
|Change M-PESA PIN||22|
|Register for M-PESA||0/FREE|
|Check M-PESA Balance||1|
- Maximum Account Balance allowed is Ksh 100,000.
- The maximum Daily Transaction Value is Ksh 140,000. Maximum per transaction is Ksh 70,000
- You cannot withdraw less than Ksh 50 at an M-PESA agent outlet.
- To transact, your Safaricom line and M-PESA account must be active.
- At an agent outlet, you cannot deposit money directly into another M-PESA customer’s account.
- You earn Bonga points when you transact on M-PESA.
- To register or transact at any M-PESA Agent outlet, you will be required to produce your original identification document, i.e., National ID, Passport, Military ID, Diplomatic ID or Alien ID/Foreigner Certificate.
Safaricom Kenya has made a small change in their M-Pesa tariffs. The mobile network operator has introduced M-PESA Kadogo. These are new rates for specific Mpesa transactions. The new Mpesa withdrawal charges will affect transactions that are up to and below Ksh 100.
This is because Safaricom Kenya will not charge them anything when receiving payments for M-Pesa transactions of up to Ksh 100. The new tariffs will also make paying bills cheaper. This includes KPLC bills and DSTV Kenya. Other bills mostly paid through M-Pesa include GOTV and StarTimes bills.
They keep adding new features and now with the new Mwangaza App, M-Pesa will soon become your daily bread