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Here’s a Breakdown of Telkom Kenya’s New T-kash charges effective 5th March 2021


Telkom Kenya recently reviewed charges for its mobile money service T-kash. 

Effective 5th March, the telco said that all Person-to-Person transactions below KSh 100 will remain zero-rated.

The daily T-Kash limit per transaction will remain at KSh150,000, with the daily sending limit being retained at KSh300,000 with a wallet limit access of KSH 300, 000. Any transactions between KSh50,000 up to KSh300,000 will attract a rate of KSh100. All other fees remain unchanged. 

Below is a breakdown of the new T-kash charges:

T-kash TARIFF EFFECTIVE 5th March 2021

BAND Transaction Type and Customer charge
Minimum Maximum Send Money to Registered User (T-kash & Other Networks) Send Money to Unregistered User Customer Withdrawal at an Agent
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

The maximum transaction amount on T-kash is Ksh.150,000 while the maximum daily transaction is 300,000. The maximum wallet amount is also Ksh. 300,000.

You can access T-kash services by dialling *160#.

Telkom Kenya says it is embarking on a journey to enhance its digital financial services offering, T-kash, over the coming weeks, to make it more reflective of current customer demands, with respect to increased security, simplicity, availability and reliability.

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