T-Kash Tariffs: All Person-to-Person transactions below KSh 100 in Telkom Kenya’s reviewed mobile money tariffs will remain zero-rated. These reviewed tariffs have been approved by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK).
Comparative to Telkom’s pre-pandemic tariffs, the T-Kash tariffs within the “send to registered off-net” category, in the following three transaction bands have been reduced: The KSh 101-500, Ksh 501-1,000, and KSh1,501-2,500 transaction bands.
Effective 5th March 2021 (to registered users T-Kash and other Networks)
The tariffs had been waived last year with the view of encouraging the use of mobile money and other forms of cashless payments, thereby minimizing the use of physical cash in light of the pandemic.
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.
Telkom 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, concerning increased security, simplicity, availability, and reliability.
Telkom connects the people that keep Kenya on the move.
It does this by providing integrated telecommunications solutions to individuals, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), Government and large corporates in Kenya, drawing from a diverse solutions suite that includes voice, data, mobile money as well as network services. Powered by its vast fibre optic infrastructure, it is also a major provider of wholesale, carrier-to-carrier traffic within the country and the region.
Telkom is building on a strong, consumer-centric ethos that is committed to providing innovative, accessible and refreshingly simple communications solutions that suit customers’ everyday communication needs.
Established as a telecommunications operator in April 1999, Telkom is 60 per cent owned by Helios Investment Partners, with the remaining stake held by Kenyans through the Government of Kenya.