The rates for sending money from MTNMoMo to other networks have been reduced by MTN Uganda. See the full details below.
MTN Uganda has today (Apr 7, 2022) announced that sending money from MTNMoMo to other networks is now more affordable than ever under MTN revised charges.
According to Uganda’s leading telecom company, the new rates will be effective from April 8th 2022.
Under the new rates, an individual will be charged sh330 while sending between sh500 and sh2500. Between sh2501 and sh5,000, an individual will be charged sh400.
Between sh5,001 and sh15,000, an individual will be charged sh700. For those transacting between sh15001 and sh30,000, the charge will be sh800.
Between Sh30001 and sh45,000, the charge will be sh1,210. For transactions between sh45001 and sh6000, the charge will be sh1,500.
From sh60,001 to sh125,000, one will be charged sh1,925. Between sh125,001- sh250,000, the charge will be sh3,575.
Transactions between sh250,001 to 500,000, the charge will be sh7,000. From Sh500,001 to sh1,000,000, the charge will be sh12,500.
For sh1,000001 to sh2,000,000, the charge will be sh15,000. For sh2,000001 to sh4,000,000, the charge will be sh18,000 while an individual will be charged sh20,000 for transactions ranging from sh4,000,001 to sh5,000,000.
MTN however, urges its customers to get exposed to its other running promotions including MTN Senkyu points for withdrawing mobile money as well as using other MTN MoMo services.
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