One of the good deeds of modern technology is easy banking, right from your phone you can send money and do much more even without internet. With the introduction of mobile banking USSD (unstructured supplementary service data), banking became even easier.
USSD is a patent filed in 1994 by Bo A. V. Astrom, Bjorn A. Svennesson according to a quora user. Check the link to read more on the invention.
The list of mobile banking USSD codes for all banks in Nigeria is in this article, with mobile banking USSD code, you don’t need the internet or mobile banking app to make any bank transaction. Although the service is free, some banks don’t offer this service on free basics.
All of the Banks mobile banking USSD short code requires customers to follow on-screen instructions and responding with the corresponding numbers based on their choice of action. Note that the code only works with the phone number used in opening a bank account. Example: if you opened a UBA account with 08011122223, UBA USSD code will work with only this number for your UBA account.
List of mobile banking USSD codes for all banks in Nigeria
- Access Bank – *901#. This code barely works with GLO mobile network.
- Diamond Bank – *710#.
- Ecobank – *326#.
- First Bank -*894#.
- Fidelity Bank – *770#
- First City Monument Bank (FCMB) – *329#.
- Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) – *737#.
- Heritage Bank – *322#.
- Keystone Bank – *533#.
- Skye Bank – *833#.
- Sterling Bank – *822#. Five(5) Naira will be deducted from your line.
- Stanbic IBTC – *909#
- Standard Chartered Bank – *120#.
- United Bank for Africa (UBA) – *919#.
- Unity Bank – *7799#.
- Union Bank – *826#.
- Wema Bank – *945#.
- Zenith Bank – *966#.