Today, we are dropping our fees to send money from JPY.
We’ve done this because it’s the right thing to do. When people and businesses switch to TransferWise, we get closer to achieving our mission of money without borders: instant, convenient, transparent, and eventually free. That means that we can pass the savings on to you.
We’ve already dropped our fees, this means you can already send more for less, no matter what amount you send from JPY.
For reference, here are the fees to send 200,000 JPY to Euro, GBP and USD.
|Send ¥200,000 to||Old fee||New fee||Price dropping by up to|
(The old and new fees are based on the exchange rate on 24th March, 2020)
Since last year, we’ve gained a lot of customers, and they've driven our costs down on many transfer amounts and routes. At the same time, we've gotten better at what we do, and that's brought our costs down too.
We’ve used those savings to lower our fees where we can, which means most of you will be able to send money for even less.
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