Compare 8 providers for a 3,000 NOK transfer from Norway to Kenya
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We currently compare 8 providers to send money to Kenya from Norway.
If you want to transfer Norwegian krones to a bank account in Kenya shillings in Kenya, the most competitive provider at the moment is Remitly, with zero transfer fees and a competitive NOK-KES exchange rate (their current exchange rate is 1 NOK = 12.17 KES).
In comparison, you would pay a total cost of 140.98 NOK (which is roughly -1x more) if you selected to use Skrill for the very same transaction.
Cash is the more convenient option for you? We also compare 3 providers able to send Kenya shillings in cash in Kenya: the cheapest option is currently Remitly, with zero transfer fees and a very competitive NOK-KES conversion rate (their current rate is 1 NOK = 12.17 KES).
When taking the exchange rate and the fees into account, the total cost of your transfer to a cash pick-up location in Kenya with Remitly is -104.52 NOK, in comparison the total cost would be 77.85 NOK if you wanted to use WorldRemit for the very same transaction.
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