In Lesotho, Vodacom Lesotho of Vodacom Group operates Mpesa, the popular and affordable mobile money service the telco introduced in 2013 to expand financial inclusivity amongst the county’s population using phones.

Mpesa allows cash withdrawals at Vodacom Mpesa agent shops, paying bills and other goods and services in merchant shops, sending money to people and businesses, and buying airtime, some costing something before it can be completed, and others free, for example, airtime purchases.

The transactions that cost money are withdrawals, sending money, and merchant payments. However, today, we are going to look at Mpesa charges in Lesotho for withdrawals and send money, and we’ll start with withdrawals;

Mpesa withdrawal tariffs Lesotho 2024

These are charges that a customer incurs depending on the amount of transaction when withdrawing funds from Vodacom Mpesa agents in Lesotho;

Amount to withdraw Updated withdrawal charges
M10 to M50 M1.73
M51 to M100 M2.60
M101 to M250 M3.91
M251 to M500 M5.85
M501 to M1,000 M8.77
M1,001 to M2,000 M12.61
M2,001 to M3,000 M12.73
M3,001 to M4,000 M12.98
M4,001 to M5,000 M13.16

The maximum amount per transaction is M5,000, and you cannot withdraw less than M10 from Vodacom M-PESA agents outlet in Lesotho.

Mpesa send money fees in Lesotho

These are charges that a customer incurs depending on the amount of transaction when sending money to Vodacom registered users within Lesotho today;

Amount to send Mpesa charges 2024
M10 – M50 M1.16
M51 – M100 M1.73
M101 – M250 M2.60
M251 – M500 M3.91
M501 – M1,000 M5.85
M1,001 – M2,000 M8.40
M2,001 – M3,000 M8.49
M3,001 – M4,000 M8.65
M4,001 – M5,000 M8.77