M-PESA PayBill Numbers for Kenyan Banks

Safaricom’s M-Pesa has been key at promoting the growth and acceptance of mobile banking in Kenya. Being the most popular mobile money platform, banks have integrated the M-Pesa platform into their mobile money services.

To allow for this seamless integration, banks rely on unique Bank USSD Codes and Paybill numbers that their customers access via registered mobile numbers linked to their accounts.

The Lipa na M-Pesa paybill numbers allow account holders to carry out transactions that are not feasible through mobile banking USSD Codes and Banking apps (i.e. M-Pesa to Bank) such as:

  • Depositing money from M-Pesa to Bank Accounts
  • Repayment of Mobile Loans
  • Loading Cash into Prepaid Debit Cards (e.g. KCB Pepea)

Let’s take a look at these paybill numbers for various banks and microfinance banks (DTM) in Kenya.

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Bank Paybill Numbers

Bank
Paybill No.
Equity Bank
247247
KCB
522522
Co-operative Bank
400200
Family Bank Ltd
222111
National Bank
547700
Barclays Bank Kenya LTD
303030
Standard Chartered Bank
329329
CFC Stanbic
600100
Commercial Bank of Africa
880100
NIC Bank Limited
488488
Diamond Trust Bank (DTB)
516600
Housing Finance Company (HFC)
100400
Consolidated Bank LTD
508400
Bank of Africa (BOA)
972900
I & M Bank Limited
542542
Imperial Bank
800100
Chase Bank
552800
Credit Bank
972700
Ecobank
700201
First Community Bank Ltd
919700
K-rep Bank
111999
Post Office Savings Bank
200999
Jamii Bora Bank
529901
Gulf African Bank
985050
Equatorial Commercial Bank
498100
Transnational Bank
862862
UBA Bank
559900
CITIBANK N.A Kenya
100229
ABC Bank
111777
GTBank Kenya
910200
Prime Bank
982800
Guardian Bank
344500
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Microfinance Paybill Numbers

Microfinance Banks (DTM)
Paybill No.
Faulu Microfinance Bank
328585
Kenya Women Microfinance Bank (KWFT)
101200
Rafiki Microfinance Bank
802200
Musoni Microfinance
514000
SMEP Microfinance Bank
777001
Vision Fund Kenya
200555
Century Microfinance Bank
888600
Uwezo Microfinance Bank
504600
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