GTBank 737 Codes

Have you ever heard of the GTBank 737 codes? if no, then read on, and if yes you should also read through. There is more to learn here as regards these codes.
GTB which is an acronym of Guaranty Trust Bank plc is one of the most trusted and reliable banks in Nigeria.
Before we head to the business of the day lets look at a short history of GTB.
It was incorporated as a limited liability company licensed to provide commercial and other banking services to the Nigerian public in 1990.
In February 1991, they began full operation and, has since then grown to become one of the most respected and service focused banks in Nigeria.

On 26 July 2007 GTBank became the very first Subsaharan bank and first Nigerian joint stock company to be listed on London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse. The IPO raised US$750,000,000.

In the same year, they successfully placed Nigeria’s first private Eurobond issue on the international capital markets.

The GTBank USD 500,000,000 Eurobond was the first-ever Benchmark Eurobond issue by a Nigerian corporate and the second Eurobond program by GTBank in the last 5 years.

The long-term debts of Guaranty Trust Bank plc are rated BB- by Standard & Poor’s and AA- by Fitch Ratings, which are the highest ratings for a Nigerian bank.

They introduced online banking and SMS banking in Nigeria and a naira denominated MasterCard as well as the Platinum and World Signia cards and with GTB-on-wheels, mobile branches.

As it stands, the bank has over one, million customers and if you are reading this guide, it is a clear indication that you too are a customer.

GTBank Nigeria *737# Codes. All GTbank transactions from any phone. Check out the GTBank 737 Codes and what you can do with them. *737*6# shows your Account Balance…

You never know when these GTbank 737 short-codes will come in handy.
These 737 codes can be used to do the following:

Open a GTbank Account
Get GTbank Internet Banking Details
Purchase Airtime
Check your GTbank Account balance
Transfer Cash to other accounts

The table below summarizes GTbank Nigeria’s 737 short-codes and their uses.

GTBank *737# Short-Codes Summary

Function Code
Account Opening *737*0#
Internet Banking Details *737*6*5#
Check Account Balance *737*6#
Airtime Purchase for self *737*500#
Airtime Purchase for Friend *737*500*Number#
GTbank to GTbank Transfers *737*1*AMT*NUBAN#
GTbank to Other Banks *737*2*AMT*NUBAN#

AMT = Amount (ie Amount you want to transfer)
NUBAN = Account number (Nigeria Uniform Bank Account Number)

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