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All Nigeria Banks Transfer Codes and Mobile Phone USSD Codes

Mobile banking in Nigeria has improved a lot giving convenience to Nigeria bank users. From the comfort of your home, office, or anywhere, you can now easily transfer money using All Nigeria Banks Transfer Codes and Mobile Phone USSD Codes to any bank account with your old Nokia 3310 or Tecno torchlight.

Nigeria Banks Transfer Codes and Mobile Phone USSD Codes

All Nigeria Banks Transfer Codes and Mobile Phone USSD Codes

1. Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB)

All GTBank customers can make transfers to another GTBank account, by dialling 7371AmountNUBAN Account No#.

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For transfers to a beneficiaries account that is not GTBank or in other banks, GTBank customers should simply dial 7372AmountNUBAN Account No#.

NOTE: Customers will be required to enter the last four digits of their GTBank MasterCard to authenticate the transaction.

2. First Bank

To transfer money from a First Bank account, simply dial *894# and select 1. Follow the instructions as displayed on your phone for a successful transaction.

3. Wema Bank

For Wema Bank customers, a quick fund transfer can be made by dialling 322035NUBAN Account numberAMOUNT#.

4. Diamond Bank

To transfer money from a Diamond Bank account to any bank, dial 710777ACCOUNT NOAMOUNT*PIN#.

For Diamond Y’ello to Diamond Y’ello Transfers, dial 710710PHONE NOAMOUNT*PIN#.

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5. Access Bank

Access Mobile banking code is *901#. To transfer funds, dial the code, and follow instructions that follow.

6. Fidelity Bank

To transfer money from Fidelity bank account to another bank account, simply dial this 770NUBAN Account number*Amount#.

7. Zenith Bank

To transfer money from Zenith Bank account, dial 966amount*Account number#.

8. Skye Bank

To use the Skye Bank money transfer option, dial *833#  from your registered phone number and follow instructions.

9. Sterling Bank

To use the Sterling Bank mobile banking and money transfer code, dial *822# and follow instructions.

10. United Bank of Africa (UBA)

To transfer money from the United Bank of Africa (UBA) account, dial 3890331amount# or dial *919# on your phone number and follow instructions.

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11. ECO Bank

To transfer money, buy recharge cards, and check account balance on your ECO Bank account, dial *326#, and follow the on-screen command.

12. StanbicIBTC Bank

StanbicIBTC Bank USSD code to initiate all transactions is 909#. You can also dial 90911AmountAccount Number# to transfer money to other Stanbic IBTC accounts, or dial 90922Amount*Account Number# for transferring to other bank accounts in the country.

Note that all transactions should be initiated from a phone number registered with the bank account.

This will be all for now on Nigeria Banks transfer codes. In case of any omission or any correction, or a particular bank is excluded, kindly inform us through the comment box.

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8 Comments

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  3. Mary inegedu

    May 30, 2020 at 3:16 am

    What about ecobank

    • Taofeek Abiola (Goodness)

      May 30, 2020 at 5:07 am

      Hi Mary, thanks for your feedback. The post has been updated based on your request.

  4. Semiu Adebisi

    May 30, 2020 at 5:32 am

    What about StanbicIBTC Bank?

    • Taofeek Abiola (Goodness)

      May 30, 2020 at 6:03 am

      Hi Semiu. Thanks for reaching out. The post has been updated based on your request.

  5. John Isaac Ciwar

    May 30, 2020 at 10:37 am

    Are these the only commercial Banks in Nigeria? Why the caption ‘All Nigerian Banks……….’ Anyway good research. More power to your elbows.

    • Taofeek Abiola (Goodness)

      May 30, 2020 at 10:43 am

      Thanks Isaac. This post has been published since years. You can also provide the names of missing banks so that we can add them.

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