Safaricom's M-Pesa services is among the most advanced mode of sending and receiving money through mobile transfer. The services played a major role in sending and receiving money during Coronavirus period when cash money was highly avoided. They reduced their charges from sending money less than KSH.1000 and it really impacted a good number of kenyans.[Photo Courtesy]
However, the charges were brought back when cases of coronavirus decreased at the begining of 2021. Luckily, the telecommunication has come out to announce that they have reduced charges by Kshs.5 when sending money between KSH.101-500. They have also removed charges from sending money between KSH.1-100.
The reduced charges will enable those who usually use M-Pesa services in every day to send little money. Some people might ask what about when you wand to sent money more than Kshs.500. The procedure is simple because you can send Kshs.500 three times in a day. To those who wish you to sent money more than the set range you will be required to dig deep into your pockets. You can share this information with those people who usually send money in the range given above by Safaricom.
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