If you are looking for a step-by-step guide on how to withdraw a Vodafone Cash token from an ATM, then this article is definitely for you.
Ever since the introduction of mobile money, the sending and receiving of money has never been the same.
Now one can be paying their fees, bills, and many more with just a single click.
Mobile money has become accessible to almost any Ghanaian, and has been the most popular mode of making transactions in the country.
There may be so many instances that will lead to one generating a Vodafone Cash token.
You could be a Vodafone user yourself but might need money urgently, but it’s late, and all the merchants are closed. You can generate a Vodafone Cash token and then use it to withdraw physical cash from the ATM.
Or you might need money but might not have a registered mobile money account. Luckily if the sender uses Vodafone Cash, they can generate a token for you. You can then use this token to withdraw money from any bank ATM that supports Cashless withdrawal.
I don’t know the situation you find yourself in, or you might be reading this reading to get to know the steps involved so that anytime you find yourself in that situation, you will know what to do.
But before we dive in, we will first have to talk about the banks that support Vodafone Cash token withdrawal.
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Banks That Support Vodafone Cash Token Withdrawal
Currently, the banks from which you can withdraw your Vodafone Cash Token Withdrawal on their ATMs are Barclay Bank and Ecobank.
How To Withdraw Vodafone Cash Token From ATM
- On your phone, dial *110#
- Choose 2: Withdraw Cash from the list
- Select 3: Withdraw From ATM
- Enter your PIN
- A six-digit token will be sent to you. Use this code to withdraw money from the ATM
- On the ATM, select Cashless Withdrawal
- Choose Vodafone Cash
- Enter the six-digit token
- Type in your PIN
- Enter the amount that you specified
- now the ATM will dispense your money to you.
Please note ATMs can’t dispense smaller amounts like GHS1 or GHS2, so if you want to withdraw GHS 103, you will have to start GHS 100 or GHS 105 to avoid any complications.
Now it is easier to withdraw a Vodafone Cash token from the ATM when no merchant is available.
All you have to do is generate the token and then use it to withdraw the cash, and if you are not a mobile money registered user, all the sender has to do is generate a token for you.