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Kenyans may not be able to buy KPLC tokens from shops.

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Kenya Power has banned stores and kiosks from selling power tokens.

Kenya Power, which trades under the ticker KPLC, reported on August 30 that it has only authorized three paybill numbers, banks, and the USSD code *977#.

For prepaid tokens, use M-Pesa Paybill 888880; for post-paid, use 888888.

For new connections, use M-Pesa Paybill 888899.

The corporation warned customers against buying from third-party shops.

KPLC is also developing a system to allow Kenyans to exchange tokens with pre-paid friends or neighbors.

The firm has tested in Nairobi, and the concept will be launched nationwide.
When moving, renters may take their tokens with them.

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