What is the cheapest way to send money abroad?
You can save up to 95% vs Moneygram, Western Union and Ria with Azimo. Our price comparisons are based on independent data from the World Bank, so you know they’re trustworthy.
“Azimo is up to 95% cheaper than MoneyGram, Western Union, Ria and others.”
You’ve probably heard other companies make similar claims, so we decided to show you how Azimo is cheaper than other providers.
The exact amount you can save when you send money abroad depends on a few factors, such as the delivery method you choose and the country you’re sending money to.
That’s why we created the helpful money transfer comparison tables you can see on this page using the World Bank’s Q2 remittances data. You can see exactly how much you’ll save when you send money online with Azimo.
Read on to see a full breakdown of Azimo’s pricing vs competitors for money transfers to Nigeria, the Phillippines and Thailand.
What’s the cheapest way to send money to Nigeria, the Philippines and Thailand?
Save up to 70% on money transfers to Nigeria
Need to send money to Nigeria? No wahala. With great exchange rates and a low, honest fee, you’re better off sending money in Nigerian naira (NGN) with Azimo.
See just how much you could save versus Western Union, Moneygram, Ria and others.
Save up to 85% on money transfers to the Philippines
What’s the cheapest way to send money to the Philippines? With great exchange rates and a low, honest fee, you’re better off sending money in Philippine Pesos (PHP) with Azimo.
Even better, cash pick-up transfers and transfers to BDO bank accounts are instant, so you can send money at the speed of a text message. That’s a pretty great deal, diba?
Save up to 95% on money transfers to Thailand
What’s the cheapest way to send money to Thailand?
With great exchange rates and a low, honest fee, you’re better off sending money in Thai Baht (THB) with Azimo.
Even better, transfers to a Thai bank account are instant, so you can send money at the speed of a text message.
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How does Azimo keep prices so low?
So, how does Azimo work? As a digital money transfer company, we don't have to spend money on expensive high street premises. Instead, we invest in three things:
A lower fee
Your first two Azimo transfers are fee-free. Azimo Business customers get five fee-free transfers. After that, you pay as little as £0.99 per transfer. Banks and money transfer shops charge up to £10 per transfer.
A better exchange rate
Many of our competitors advertise low fees, then take a cut of your transfer by offering a poor exchange rate. With Azimo, you get a great rate and a low fee. You even get an improved rate on your first two transfers, just so you can give Azimo a try.
A world-class payment network
You get access to the latest money transfer technology with Azimo, and we upgrade our service every day. This speed and efficiency brings down costs, and we pass the savings on to you.
Join over one million people who used Azimo in the last year.
- Instant or one-hour transfers to 80+ countries
- Your first two transfers are fee-free
- Trusted by more than 1 million customers
Register now to claim your special introductory rate.