USSD code is the special code that you can use to perform all transactions from your registered bank just at the convenience of your home.
With the unique code, you can check account balance, Transfer, do Cashless withdrawal, Pay Electricity bills, Pay for your decoder subscription, and others.
However, you have to know that every bank has its own USSD code for its registered customers.
KINDLY NOTE THAT THIS CODE ONLY WORKS WITH A PHONE NUMBER LINKED TO YOUR BANK ACCOUNT.
So, in this post, you will see lists of some Nigerian banks and their simple unique code for USSD transactions.
Why You Should Use USSD Banking Option
Below are the core reasons why you should try using the USSD option to check your perform all your banking transaction.
- This does not require an internet connection
2. This service supports all types and models of phones, be it android, iOS, Blackberry, or Java, it works perfectly well for all.
3. The service works on all types of network – MTN, Airtel, Glo and 9Mobile
4. Another reason why you should choose the USSD option is that you can check your perform any kind of financial transaction from your bank at any time of the day, even during weekends and public holidays
Lists of Nigerian Banks and Their USSD Codes
Access bank | *901#
Polaris (Skye)| *833#
GTBank | *737#
UBA | * 919#
Wema bank | *945#
FCMB | *329#
Zenith bank | *966#
Eco bank | *326#
First Bank | *894#
Fidelity Bank | *770#
Sterling bank | *822#
Unity bank | *7799#
Stanbic IBTC bank | *909#
Heritage Bank | *745#
Titan Trust Bank Ltd | *922#
Globus Bank Limited | *989#
How to Check your BVN
It’s quite evident that if you want to create a new bank account using the USSD option, you will be asked to provide your BVN so if you don’t remember your BVN, dial *565*0# to view your BVN number.