All Nigerian banks USSD codes

All Nigerian banks USSD codes Mobile Simple Tutorials  Zennith Wema USSD Union Bank UBA Standard Chartered Keystone Heritage GTB Fidelity FCMB Ecobank bank Access Bank   Banking has become a lot easier with the recent introduction of USSD banking by local banks. These days you can buy airtime, pay for GoTV/DSTV subscription and transfer money to someone using only your mobile phone right in the comfort of your home.

In this article, we’ll be looking at the USSD codes for each bank in Nigeria. It is important to note that the codes are not network specific. Ie. *770# USSD code for Fidelity Bank works exactly the same way across MTN, Airtel, Glo and 9mobile. However, your bank may require you to tie your bank account to your phone number before this service could work on your phone. If you already recieve credit and debit alerts using your phone number, you will likely not be needing any further action or activation before using USSD banking with your phone.

So, here are the USSD offline banking codes of all Nigerian banks.

Fidelity Bank – – – *770#

Access Bank – – – *901#

Zenith Bank – – – *966#

First Bank – – – *894#

UBA – – – *919#

GTBank – – – *737#

Union Bank – – – *826#

Poliaris Bank – – – *833#

Ecobank – – – *326#

Stanbic IBTC – – – *909#

Sterling Bank – – – *822#

Unity Bank – – – *7799#

FCMB – – – *329#

Wema Bank – – – *945#

Keystone Bank – – – *533#

Heritage Bank – – – *322#

Standard Chartered – – – *120#

CitiBank – – – N/A

Providus Bank – – – N/A

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