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We found 6 different options available for your transfer to Germany from Austria.
If you would like the recipient of your transfer to receive euros in her bank account in Germany, then Paysend is the provider giving you the most euros for your money with zero transfer fees and a very competitive EUR-EUR exchange rate (their current exchange rate is 1 EUR = 1 EUR).
In comparison, the total cost would be 6 EUR (roughly Infinityx more expensive) if you wanted to use Small World for the very same transaction.
If the recipient of the transfer wants to be able to pick up euros in cash where they live in Germany, then Small World is at the moment the most competitive option with competitive fees of 6 EUR and a good EUR-EUR conversion rate (their current exchange rate is 1 EUR = 1 EUR).
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