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How to top up your PayPal using Mpesa

Topping your PayPal account in Kenya is now easier using Mpesa. You will be charged 4% conversion fee and normal PayBill M-PESA charges will apply. This transaction will take not more than 4 hours.

To top up your PayPal you need to do the following:

1. Log into your account at paypal-mobilemoney.com/m-pesa and click “Top Up”

2. Enter the amount you would like to top up in USD and click “Calculate” to get the equivalent amount converted in Kenya Shillings. This is the amount you need to transfer from M-PESA.

3. Go to your M-PESA menu and select “Lipa na M-PESA” then the “Pay Bill” option.

4. Enter Business Number 800088.

5. Enter your phone number as the Account Number.

6. Enter your M-PESA PIN and press “Send”.

When doing this transaction its important to know that you cannot exceed Ksh. 70,000 per transaction and Ksh. 140,000 per day.

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