Africell Money Charges Uganda 2019
Africell Money allows you to send money to Africell subscribers and all other networks including those without phones! Using the services also allows one to pay for goods, services and utility bills like electricity, water and digital TV subscription, buy airtime and internet bundles / data packages directly and conveniently from the comfort of ones home, office or on the go.
Africell Money is a service and product of Africell Uganda, one of the major telecommunication company offering both Voice, Data and money transfer services across all networks with over over 650 radio sites and serving more than 3,000,000 active subscribers offering 2G, 3G, and LTE in selected areas.
If you were wondering the current (updated) Africell Money rates Uganda 2019, all you need is to keep reading this post.
Africell Money rates Uganda 2019
Transaction charges in Ugx
|sending to Africell & Other Networks|
|sending to non-Registered Customer|
|Withdrawal by Africell Customer|
|Withdrawal by non-Africell Customer|
|Utility Bills (E.g. Yaka, UMEME National Water,
TV payments, etc)
|Goods and services|
Please note that all of the above charges are in Ugandan Shillings and are automatically deducted on process of transaction. to In order to use Africell Money, customers must register and activate an Africell Money account on their phones.
Additional Information about Africell money
– PIN change: free
– Balance check: free
– Mini-statement: free
– Africell money registration: free
– Africell money (deposit): free
– Buying airtime is free
– Buying data bundles is also free
– Do not pay the agent any transaction or registration fees.
– Dial *144# and Yes to access your Africell money account.
– SMS charges are generated by the Africell money transactions performed by the customer while roaming.
Due to the nature of financial sector in Uganda, the above charges are subject to change by Africell Uganda at any time. In case changes have occurred with the transaction rates and this post isn’t yet updated, please refer to Africell Money page for a most recent update.