We show that the modified Cardy-Verlinde formula without the Casimir effect term is satisfied by asymptotically flat charged black holes in arbitrary dimensions. Thermodynamic quantities of the charged black holes are shown to satisfy the energy-temperature relation of a two-dimensional CFT, which supports the claim in our previous work (Phys. Rev. D61, 044013, hep-th/9910244) that thermodynamics of charged black holes in higher dimensions can be effectively described by two-dimensional theories. We also check the Cardy formula for the two-dimensional black hole compactified from a dilatonic charged black hole in higher dimensions.