Hi, I am PC Boss. In this article, I am going to make known to you all Vodafone Cash withdrawal charges.

Mobile money transactions have become an integral part of the Ghanaian banking system.

Many businesses are now accepting Vodafone cash as a means of payments rather than receiving physical cash.

All the mobile telecommunication networks have incorporated mobile banking into their system. MTN Mobile came first into the scene, Vodafone cash followed and on and on.

Vodafone Cash remains the second-largest mobile banking system in the country as at the time of writing this article.


Vodafone Cash Withdrawal Charges

Any transaction that you make on Vodafone cash comes with some charges. You pay a charge on the following transactions.

  • Withdrawal of cash
  • Sending of cash

At the moment, sending money to all networks using your Vodafone Cash wallet remains free.

However, some cost is usually incurred when withdrawing money.

vodafone cash withdrawal charges

vodafone cash withdrawal charges

The amount deducted as a withdrawal charge depends on the amount you want to withdraw.

When you cash out money from a Vodafone Cash agent, here are the charges incurred;

Transaction Amount (GHS) Withdrawal Charge (Cash Out)
0.01 – 50 GHS 0.50
50.01 – 100 1%
1000.01 – 2000 GHS 10.00



Vodafone Cash transfer to all networks is free of charge. Visit the nearest Vodafone Cash agent to register.


Useful Links

How to register for Vodafone cash in Ghana

How to generate Vodafone Cash token

How to withdraw Vodafone cash from an agent

How to borrow money from Vodafone Cash


All questions answered

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  • Francis Amoah Nuako

    Francis Amoah Nuako, professionally known as PC Boss, is a Ghanaian blogger and SEO expert. He is the founder of PC Boss Online, a tech blog that publishes technology-related articles primarily for Ghanaian audiences. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSc Nursing) and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSc Information Technology) from the University of Health and Allied Sciences and Ghana Communication Technology University, respectively.

Post update on January 27, 2022