The Bank of Ghana (BoG) has increased mobile money transaction and wallet limits.
The Bank in a statement issued on December 22, 2022, noted the review is part of measures to facilitate more efficient payments, encourage the seamless transition to a cash-lite society as well as promote the use of non-cash models of payments.
According to the release, “the aggregate monthly transaction limits will however remain unchanged.”
Find below the new review:
- Minimum KYC Account which initially had a limit of ¢1,000 has been upgraded to ¢2,000.
- Medium KYC Account with a current limit of ¢5,000 has been increased to ¢10,000.
- Enhanced KYC Account with a ¢10,000 threshold has been reviewed to ¢15,000.
Maximum account balance limit and monthly transaction limits are attached below: