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Complete List Of All Nigeria Bank USSD Codes (Mobile Banking)

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Complete List Of All Nigeria Bank USSD Codes (Mobile Banking): USSD codes are short codes generated by all banks for mobile transfer.

These codes varies according to different banks. You must activate the code first before use, otherwise you may not be able to make transfers and make payments online.

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Complete List Of All Nigeria Bank USSD Codes (Mobile Banking).

As explained above, USSD codes are short codes use for mobile banking. Below are list of different banks and their mobile banking codes in an alphabetical order.

Nigeria Bank USSD Codes.

1. Access (Diamond) Bank *901#
2. Eco Bank *326#
3. Fidelity Bank *770#
4. First Bank *894#
5. First City Monument Bank (FCMB) *389*214#
6. Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) *737#
7. Heritage Bank *322*00#
8. JAIZ Bank *389*301#
9. Keystone Bank *7111#
10. Polaris Bank *833#
11. Stanbic IBTC Bank *909#
12. Sterling Bank *822#
13. United Bank for Africa (UBA) *919#
14. Union Bank *826#
15. Unity Bank *7799#
16. Wema Bank *945#
17. Zenith Bank *966#

How To Use USSD Codes.

First of all open an account with your preferred choice of bank. Then type the code for your bank e.g Access Bank – *901# on the registered sim for this account.

Series of steps will appear to activate the USSD code on your mobile phone. Follow the instructions and provide the necessary information needed for a successful activation.

After you have activated your bank USSD code on your mobile phone, each time you want to make a transfer, buy airtime or data, check account information and also check your account balance, dial the code on your mobile and follow all options listed accordingly.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I use a different sim to activate my bank USSD code?

Answer: No, you can’t. This is because the only number answerable to your bank account is the sim attached to it during registration.
Hence, the sim used for received credit and debit alerts is the only sim to be used for USSD code activation.

What do I do when I loss my sim card?

Answer: If you loose the sim card attached to your bank account, you will be advice to do a welcome back or proceed to the bank for a change of phone number.

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