Did you migrate to the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, or another country from Tunisia? Do you send money home frequently? You’re in good company. Personal remittances to Tunisia in 2020 totaled almost 2.4 billion United States dollars (USD). That grew from only 750 million USD at the turn of the century.
If you’re looking for the best money transfer services and the best rates, consider Remitly—an international money transfer company. We offer a safe and secure way to send money to Tunisia.
Remitly helps you convert your GBP, USD, and EUR into Tunisian Dinars (TND) and send them to Tunisia with transparent currency exchange rates. With the transparent pricing structure and bank-level security, you can rest easy knowing your money is in good hands.
Start sending money home today with these helpful guidelines and FAQs.
Why should I use Remitly to send money to Tunisia?
Remitly helps you send more of your hard-earned money to Tunisia by offering low fees and competitive exchange rates. Quick delivery and high levels of security bring you peace of mind.
The pricing structure for sending money to Tunisia is simple with no hidden fees.
Send money to Tunisia in 5 easy steps
Sending money to your loved ones with Remitly is simple. The first step, if you haven’t done so already, download the app.
- Choose Tunisia as your destination country.
- Enter your desired transfer amount.
- Choose from the available delivery or payout methods, like bank deposit or cash pickup.
- Enter all the necessary recipient details, including the recipient’s name, bank account number, and phone number. The required information will vary depending on your selected delivery method.
- Include your payment details, then complete your international money transfer. Standard payment methods include debit cards, credit cards, or bank accounts.
Remitly may ask for additional documentation depending on the amount you send or if we’re unable to verify your identity.
With Remitly, which banks or providers can I send to in Tunisia?
Tap into our extensive worldwide network of financial providers when you send money internationally. Currently, BH Bank is a popular local bank choice in Tunisia that accepts our Remitly money transfers as of this posting. We invite you to check the Remitly mobile app or visit our website for a current and complete list of banks and financial institutions in Tunisia.
How much money can I send to Tunisia with Remitly?
To ensure top-quality customer service while adhering to strict security standards and international regulations, Remitly has implemented sending limits, and these limits apply when you first open your Remitly account.
For customers who send money to Tunisia from the United States, as of writing, the initial sending limits with Remitly are:
- No more than USD $2,999 within 24 hours
- No more than USD $10,000 within 30 days
- No more than USD $18,000 within 180 days
If you need to transfer amounts beyond this, Remitly will ask you for more information. For more information about raising your transfer limits, check out details here.
Additional sending limits may apply depending upon your choice of payout partner or receiving location.
How much does it cost to send money to Tunisia with Remitly?
- U.S. customers enjoy a flat fee of USD $5.99 for Express transfers.
- In Canada, our customers pay a flat fee of CAD $4.99 for Express transfers.
- A flat fee of AUD $5.99 for Express transfers applies to customers in Australia.
- Finally, our United Kingdom customers also enjoy flat fees. They are GBP £3.99 for Express transfers.
Wonder how much 1 USD can exchange for the Tunisian dinars (TND)? Check out Remitly’s website for the most current foreign exchange rates.
Is it safe to send money to Tunisia with Remitly?
Millions of people around the globe trust Remitly because of the secure and smooth money transfer service experience we provide. You can learn more about how Remitly goes above and beyond to keep your information and money safe.
Remitly uses multiple levels of security so you can send money home with peace of mind. Your data is protected 24 hours a day through fraud monitoring and encryption. For more information about our security, please visit here.
You and your recipients can track the transfers in real-time and receive notifications, so you won’t have to worry about where the money is. If you have questions throughout the process, we offer help 24/7.
You can have peace of mind that the money you’ve worked hard to earn will safely get to its destination.
More about Tunisia
The African nation of Tunisia lies between Algeria and Libya, near the Mediterranean Sea. In 2021, Tunisia’s population numbered 11.8 million, ranking 79th worldwide. Most of the population lives in the northern region. The capital city of Tunis is home to 2.4 million Tunisians. Stax, Sousse, and Kairouan are some other populous Tunisian cities.
Most of Tunisia’s land use is agricultural, as agriculture is its largest industry. Petroleum, mining, and tourism are minor but important Tunisian industries. However, remittances have been a considerable part of the country’s economic growth. In addition, money from abroad has supported many Tunisian families’ livelihoods.
The nation’s official currency is the Tunisian dinar (TND). Many countries, such as Libya, Jordan, Iraq, and Algeria, use a version of the dinar. Did you know that the discontinued 723 Umayyad gold dinar is one of the rarest coins in the world? Tunisia started using the dinar in 1960 when it replaced the franc.
Arabic is the official Tunisian language. But many Tunisians also speak some French, Italian, or English. That fluency helps Tunisians who move abroad for better career options and economic opportunities.
Most Tunisian emigrants choose European countries to settle in. Italy is one such popular destination. Others heading abroad choose France or Germany. In return, European tourists find Tunisia a very affordable vacation destination.
The app that helps you send money to Tunisia
Remitly makes international money transfers faster, easier, more transparent, and more affordable. Since 2011, over 5 million people have used our secure mobile app to send money with peace of mind.
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