NIGERIA BANK CODES FOR TRANSFER WITH PHONE

NIGERIA BANK CODES FOR TRANSFER WITH PHONE

Money Transfer Code has made transaction simple for Nigeria Bank Account holders in Nigeria, You can transfer money from Bank to different Banks in Nigeria on phone. In the wake of reeding this post you will know how to transfer money from one Bank to the next through USSD Mobile money transfer code, How to check Bank account Balance on phone and recharge your phone with Bank Mobile Money recharge code.

First Bank Nigeria TRANSFER CODE AND THEIR USES

s/nServiceQuick Code
1Transfer Money (To any bank in Nigeria)*894*Amount*Account Number#
2Airtime Recharge –for self*894*Amount#
3Airtime Recharge –for others*894*Amount*Phone Number#
4Balance Enquiry*894*00#

DIAMOND BANK TRANSFER CODE AND THEIR USES

Transaction TypeDiamond USSD Codes
Balance Enquiry*710*556*PIN#
Airtime Purchase*710*555*PHONE NO*AMOUNT*PIN#
Bank to Bank Transfers*710*777*ACCOUNT NO*AMOUNT*PIN#
Diamond Y’ello to Diamond Y’ello Transfers*710*710*PHONE NO*AMOUNT*PIN#

 

ACCESS BANK CODES FOR TRANSFER. 

To transfer to other banks: Dial *901*2*AMOUNT*NUBAN Account Number#. Charge is N80+N4.00(VAT) Transfer toAccess Bank: Dial *901*1*AMOUNT*NUBAN Account Number# from your phone number, then authenticate with the last four digits of your BVN.

Access Bank TRANSFER CODE AND THEIR USES

FeaturesShort Code
Data Purchase*901*8#
Balance Enquiry*901*5#
Fund Transfer to Access Bank*901*1*Amount*Account Number#
Fund Transfer to Other Banks*901*2*Amount*Account Number#

USSD Code to Check Access Bank Account Balance on Mobile Phone. ForAccess customer, to check your account balance, simply dial *901*5#, then enter the last 4 digits of your BVN PIN to see your account balance. The second way cancheck Access Bank balance is via SMS.

Fidelity Bank TRANSFER CODE AND THEIR USES

To transfer money from Fidelity bank account to another bank account, simply dial this code *770*Account number*Amount#; this is the Code to transfer money fromFidelity bank to any other bank

Zenith Bank TRANSFER CODE AND THEIR USES

Transfer funds conveniently. Dial *966*Amount*Account Number# (e.g. *966*1000*1234567890#) from the phone number you registered with Zenith Bank, then follow the on-screen prompts.

GTBank TRANSFER CODE AND THEIR USES

To Transfer From Your GTBank Account to Other Banks Account: Simply dial *737*2*Amount of Money you want to transfer*The NUBAN Account Number of the Beneficiary#. All from your mobile number registered with your bank. You will then be asked to select recipient’s bank (FBN, Access, Zenith, UBA & DBN).May 17, 2015

What is meaning of nuban?

Hello Peace, Your nuban account is different from your BVN. NUBAN means Nigeria Uniform Bank Account Number, this is a 10-digit Bank Account numbering system, used for all personal bank accounts i.e your account number.

How do I link my BVN to my access bank account?

Bank Verification Number
  1. BVN Linkage through our website. Click HERE.
  2. BVN Linkage by Text Message. With the Access BVN short code, you can link your BVN to your Access Bank Account. To do this, simply text BVN, your account number and BVN number to 20121. …
  3. Click here to find out branches where you can register for BVN.

How do I check my BVN on MTN?

Bank Verification Number (BVN) Do you know you can now check your bank verification number on your mobile phones. simply Dial *565*0# to check your Bank Verification Number “BVN” from your Mobile phones at N10 only. It is absolutely stress free!

What is the difference between an electronic transfer and a wire transfer?

This form of electronic fund transfer is called an automated clearing house (ACH) transaction. Another form of electronic fund transfer is the wire transfer. Although the end result is the same, there are differences between the two, mainly in the cost and time of delivery.

To send a wire transfer, you need to visit your local branch and provide the following information about the recipient’s account:
  1. Account holder name and full address.
  2. Account number.
  3. Branch number and full address.
  4. Institution number.
  5. Swift Code / BIC / IBAN code.
  6. Routing Number (international)