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Here Are Telkom Kenya’s T-Kash Transaction Charges for 2022

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M-PESA is part of Kenyans now because the majority of locals use Safaricom services (the telco has more than 64 percent market share). The product was launched in 2007 and has become very powerful.

It commands 99.9 percent of the Kenya mobile money space, and this has been disputed by its rivals and industry experts. The groups say that M-PESA has an obvious market dominance, and there has been a push to spilt the product from Safaricom so that it can be run as a different non-telco entity.

Today, we have also learned that Treasury is planning to slash M-PESA charges, which, according to a consensus, are too high. High charges are hurtful to businesses and many Kenyans who are just trying to make ends meet.


Will this lobby by the Treasury pull through?

In the same spirit, products like T-Kash have been around for some time too. It is owned by Telkom Kenya, but it is not used as often as possible for obvious reasons. Its charges are also substantially lower than what M-PESA charges.

Unlike Airtel Money that costs free among its customers, T-Kash charges the same amount for sending to to T-Kash customers and those on other networks.

Here are T-Kash charges for 2022:

Min Max Send to T-Kash and Other Networks Send to Unregistered User Agent Withdrawal Fees
1 49 FREE N/A N/A
50 100 FREE N/A 10
101 500 5 36 26
501 1,000 12 41 26
1,001 1,500 20 46 26
1,501 2,500 32 61 26
2,501 3,500 45 93 48
3,501 5,000 55 120 65
5,001 7,500 65 145 80
7,501 10,000 85 190 105
10,001 15,000 90 245 155
15,001 20,000 90 265 175
20,001 35,000 100 285 185
35,001 50,000 100 N/A 265
50,001 150,000 100 N/A 295


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