How to Check Vodafone Cash Balance

Once you register for Vodafone Cash and have done some transactions, you must continually check your balance to keep abreast with your available balance.

Checking your balance on your Vodafone Cash account will help prevent the embarrassing moment of finding out you don’t have enough money in the middle of a transaction.

In this article, we would be taking a look at how you can actually check your Vodafone Cash balance.

Vodafone Cash Registration

You will need to take a valid photo ID to any Vodafone Retail Store or agent to register for the Vodafone Cash service. To complete the process, you will need to provide your name, date of birth, location, Vodafone Mobile Number, National ID information, and Next of Kin information. The Vodafone Cash registration process takes less than five minutes. It is also completely free to sign up for Vodafone cash.

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Depositing money on Vodafone Cash

Visit a Vodafone Retail Store or a mobile money provider for more information. Tell the agent your Vodafone number and how much money you want to deposit. You will receive an SMS confirming that the same amount has been credited to your wallet and be informed that the deposit is entirely free.

How to check your Vodafone Cash balance

If you want to check your Vodafone Cash balance, do the following;

  • Dial *110#
  • Choose option 6 (My Account)
  • Choose option 1 (Check balance)
  • Choose option 1 (Main account)
  • Enter your mobile money pin
  • Your balance will be sent to you via SMS

What happens to your Vodafone Cash account when your phone gets stolen

Don’t panic if your phone gets stolen because your money is still safe in your account. To block your account, go to any Vodafone Retail Store with a valid photo ID or call 100 with your ID details. After a SIM swap, you can regain access to your account.

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Transactions you can do using Vodafone Cash

Vodafone Cash can be used to receive money, send money, and buy data for oneself and other Vodafone numbers, as well as to pay Vodafone and non-Vodafone bills and purchase goods and services. Offering subscriptions and the creation of vouchers for various electronic transactions

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