Learn how to register and convert your mobile number to postal address in Kenya using Mpost. Also get to know how mpost by Postal Corporation works.
What is Mpost?
MPost is a short form of mobile post, a service of the Postal Corporation of Kenya that enables customers to use or convert their mobile phone number into personal Postal Address commonly known as P.O BOX number.
How much does it cost to use Mpost?
Posta Kenya says that mpost costs Kenya shilling 300 per year. You have to renew every year to keep your mpost address active.
How does Mpost work?
After registering with mpost using the procedure provided below, you will be able receive mails via your mpost. You will get an sms alert anytime your parcel arrives. You can collect your letter or parcel from the post office that you selected during registration.
You also have the option of your parcel to be delivered to your house or office at an extra fees.
How to register with Mpost
- Dial *890*90# or *234*1*9#
- Enter your ID or passport number (press send)
- Enter your postal code (enter the one nearest home)
- Enter agent’s mobile number, if not applicable enter zero (o)
- You will be asked to pay ksh. 300 (enter your proffered service pin)
If your payment does not go through for one reason or another then use mpost paybill number 506500 and Account Number is your phone number and postal code (e.g 0701701411-00100).
NOTE: 00100 is the postal code of Nairobi. To check for your area just Google your area postal code.
You can contact mpost if your parcel does not arrive through:
- Email: 0701701411
- Phone: email@example.com
- Website: mpost.co.ke
- Adress: Huduma Center, GPO
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