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Equity Bank Uganda updates over the Counter Withdraw Charges and NWSC fees

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Equity Bank Uganda Limited has updated charges that they charge customers whenever they withdraw money over the counter.

In the new list, the bank withdraw charges almost remained the same only changing charges when withdrawing money above 50,000,000.

National Water and Sewerage Corporation NWSC bill payments are now free of charge at all Equity Bank Uganda branches; however bill payment fees at Equity Banking Agents remain the same.

In New Withdraw charges, the bank has stripped off the 0.1% charges on withdraws above UGX 50 Million and withdraws above 50M will attract similar charges as withdraws between 5M-50M (30,000 shs).

Here are the New Equity Bank Withdraw Charges

Amount                                   New Charge

1 – 1,000,000                =        10,000

1,000,001 – 5,000,000  =        20,000

5,000,001 – Above        =       30,000

ATM Charges and other charges have not been changed.

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