Avril 2021 —

Orange Money Mali: send money in Mali

Are you looking for a simple and efficient way to transfer money from your country to Mali and back? You are at the right place! Find out everything you need to know about Orange Money Mali’s services and how Monisnap will make your job easier!

Orange Money service in Mali

Orange Money Mali: make a money transfer
Orange Money Mali

Orange Money is the Orange Group subsidiary dedicated to money transfers and mobile credit abroad. Launched in Africa in the early 2010s, it is positioned as a true local "mini-bank" with nearly 90,000 points of sale in Mali.

Orange Money Mali offers an electronic wallet associated with an Orange phone number allowing you to receive money, recharge a mobile account or pay in certain shops for example. From any country, you can transfer money directly to an Orange Money account in Mali. You can also offer phone credit to your relatives to more than 60 operators.

This innovative, simple, fast, secure and economical service allows you to carry out the following financial operations from your Orange cell phone:

  • deposit money on your Orange Money account,
  • withdraw money from your Orange Money account,
  • transfer money to your friends and family,
  • pay your bills (telephone, electricity),
  • carry out banking transactions,
  • make your purchases,
  • recharge your Orange phone credit,
  • transfer money to and from your bank account.

This service is specifically aimed at anyone with a cell phone and an Orange chip. In short, you don't need to have a bank account to open an Orange Money account.

All the rates of Orange Money in Mali

To send money to Mali, the rate is:

  • 1,99€ if you want to send between 1 and 100€.
  • 2,99€ if you want to send between 100,01 and 200€.

Some withdrawals fees will be charged to the sender or recipient:

Withdrawals fees with Orange Money in Mali

Complete table: operations and fees

Operation (from/to) Withdrawal fees
100 – 10,000 FCFA300 FCFA / 0,45€
10,001 – 25,000 FCFA 600 FCFA / 0,91€
25,001 – 50,000 FCFA 1,000 FCFA / 1,52€
50,001 – 75,000 FCFA 1,250 FCFA / 1.90€
75,001 – 100,000 FCFA1,500 FCFA / € 2.28€
100,001 – 150,000 FCFA2,100 FCFA / 3.20€
150,001 – 250,000 FCFA3,200 FCFA / 4.87€
250,001 – 600,000 FCFA 7,000 FCFA / 10,67 €
600,001 – 1,500,000 FCFA15,000 FCFA / 22,86 €

Orange Money Mali: find out how to recharge your phone

  • From the Mobile application or the website:

You can recharge your account with your credit card (after registering and validating it).

  • At the point of sale:

Check your balance before depositing money, to make sure you will not exceed the maximum balance (1,500,000 FCFA or equivalent).

Hand over the money to the agent or pay by credit card, wait for the transaction to be completed and you will receive the transaction notification SMS containing the transaction number.

To make sure the deposit is done, wait to receive the transaction confirmation SMS or you can also check if your balance has been changed.

Orange Money Mali: how to send money in Mali?

With the Orange Money mobile application:

  • Download the Orange Money France application on Google Play Store or App Store and register.
  • Then,
  1. Top up your Orange Money account with your registered credit card.
  2. Make a transfer by clicking on "Transfer" in the application.
  3. Select the country and phone number of the beneficiary.
  4. Indicate the amount you want to send in euros or in local currency.
  5. Check and confirm your transfer.
  6. The transfer is secured and immediate. The beneficiary receives a confirmation SMS.

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Reach the Orange Money Customer Care

You have a question about Orange Money Mali’s services? You can reach the customer care on Orange Money website and get an email answer or by phone by dialing 0800 01 33 33.

Orange Money Mali: best offers
Orange Money Mali

Send money in Mali fast and free on an Orange Money wallet with Monisnap

Orange Money Mali: send money in Mali
Orange Money Mali

The easiest way to send mobile money in Mali is Monisap! Monisnap is a money transfer service that enables you to send money in more than 100 countries.

Monisnap's purpose is to allow you to make money transfers in a simple, fast, secure and fair way.

Sending mobile money using the Monisnap application is a simple and secure way to transfer money to an Orange Money wallet holder in Mali.

You need to send money to your family in Mali? Monisnap allows you to centralize your means of sending money on a single application, whether from your computer or your smartphone. Our fees are the most attractive in the market, no matter how much money you want to send, Monisnap only takes 0.99£ commission! And the first transfer is FREE!

You just have to:

  • Download the Monisnap app and create your account
  • Choose the country you want to send money in
  • Choose the amount you want to send
  • Enter your beneficiary’s mobile phone number

That’s it! Your beneficiary receives the money in an instant directly on his Orange Money wallet. He may pay with his phone in Mali or withdraw the money in cash.

Still not convinced? Remember that Monisnap offers you a trial, your first mobile money transfer is FREE. If you want to send more money later, it will only cost you 0.99£ per transfer, try it now!

💰 What is mobile money?

Mobile money is a way to send, receive and save money only with your phone without a bank account!

❓How Orange Money Mali works?

Your mobile money account is linked to your operator, as it is Orange, you'll have to create an Orange Money account to send money in Mali!

💸 How to send mobile money?

With Monisnap, you can send mobile money for your mobile or for a beloved one! All in just a few seconds with the Monisnap app.

💡 Why should I use Monisnap?

With Monisnap, you can send money to anyone in more than 100 countries no matter the operator of your recipient!

In less than 1 minute, with the lowest fees on the market and an easy process, Monisnap facilitates your money transfers.

Yannis Rahal

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