How to Pay Netflix With Mpesa in Kenya

Netflix has over 100 million subscribers worldwide and is one of the most popular TV shows and movie streaming services on the web today. Here is How to Pay Netflix with Mpesa in Kenya.

With just a few simple steps, you can subscribe to Netflix or renew your subscription from anywhere in the world. All you need is an Internet connection and a Mpesa account.

You can watch all kinds of TV shows and movies by signing up for a Netflix account. It’s a popular service in the United States and Canada, but you can also subscribe to it in Kenya if you have an Internet connection.

Related; Netflix Packages and Prices in Kenya

How to Pay Netflix with Mpesa in Kenya

Numerous Netflix payment options in Kenya include paying with a credit card, PayPal, and prepaid debit card.

While you can’t pay for Netflix in Kenya directly through Mpesa, there are ways to get around that. And one such way is through The PayPal mobile money service with M-PESA.

MPesa is a digital mobile wallet and a money transfer service in Kenya that lets you pay for services and goods without using cash. It’sIt’s very similar to Western Union, but it works on your phone.

You can send or receive money from anyone with a Kenyan phone number through Mpesa, so this payment option is available almost everywhere in the country.

By following a few simple steps, you will be able to set up your Netflix account or renew your subscription. Here is how to do it:

How to Pay Netflix with Mpesa in Kenya.

Step 1) First, sign up for a new Netflix account on the Netflix site if you don’t have one. Make sure you select Kenya as your country of residence and use an email address not associated with another streaming service such as Hulu.

Step 2) After creating your Netflix account, head over to the Paypal website to sign in or create a new PayPal account if you don’t have one already.

See; How to open a Paypal Account in Kenya.

Step 3) Verify your email address by following the link in the message sent to you by Netflix. Once done, head over to your email account and confirm the email address that you used to sign up with Netflix.

Step 4) To register for the M-PESA PayPal Service, visit the PayPal-mpesa website ( and remember to use your Paypal email to log in.

Step 5) Next, you’ll be required to link your PayPal account with your Mpesa mobile number.

You will then receive a text message on your phone that contains an authorization code. Enter this on the appropriate field on PayPal’sPayPal’s website.

That’s it. You have now successfully linked your Mpesa number to PayPal and are ready to pay for Netflix with Mpesa!

How to Deposit Money in Paypal Via Mpesa

The top-up service to PayPal allows you to top up funds from your registered M-PESA account to your linked PayPal account to shop online or make payments with PayPal.


  1. First, log on to the M-PESA PayPal web page (link) and select the Top Up to PayPal web button.
  2. Use the online calculator available on the webpage to calculate the amount you need to convert to Ksh to be transferred from your M-PESA account.
  3. Now, back into your Mpesa account, ”Select Lipa Na M-PESA, and then the ”Pay Bill’Bill’ option.
  4. Next, enter the PayPal Mpesa Paybill number 800088.
  5. Then, use your phone number as Account No and follow the Mpesa prompts to complete the transactions.

Also, read How to Withdraw Money from PayPal to M-Pesa?

Now you can comfortably pay for your pay Netflix subscription with Mpesa in Kenya.

After that, you can pay for Netflix in Kenya with Mpesa every month by following the same procedure each month.

It’s essential to make sure you don’t skip this step at any time, or else your service will be canceled by Netflix Kenya!


Finally, make sure you have enough money in your PayPal account to pay for the service. If not, sign up for PayPal credit which enables you to borrow funds from the company at a cost.

We hope that you found this article helpful and that it has shown you how to pay Netflix with PayPal and Mpesa.

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Tim Jumah
Tim is a practising farmer based in Trans-Nzoia. His love for technology in agriculture led to the establishment of this website.



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