Full list of all bank’s USSD codes for quick electronic funds transactions

What is USSD Banking

The term “unstructured supplementary service data” (USSD) refers to a technology that has been present since the early 1990s.

USSD is particularly appealing for financial services since it serves customers with older phones, non-smartphones, and those who do not have internet access through their mobile service provider.

How Does It Work?

To use the USSD code for any bank transaction, you would need to activate the code on your mobile phone, using your choice phone number.

For most banks, you must have registered for a new account, or have an old bank account with them, before you can access those financial services.

After this, a user set up a 4 or 5-digit transaction PIN to authorize all transactions. This PIN would also serve as a shield to prevent impersonators or fraudsters from accessing your account.

Here is a list of banks’ USSD code

Access Bank- *901#

ALAT Bank(Wema)- *945#

Ecobank – *326#

FCMB – *329#

Fidelity Bank- *770#

First Bank- *894#

GTBank – *737#

Heritage Bank-*745#

Keystone Bank- *7111#

Polaris Bank- *833#

Stanbic IBTC Bank- *909#

Sterling Bank- *822#

UBA- *919#

Union Bank- *826#

Unity Bank- *7799#

Wema Bank – *945#

Zenith Bank- *966# 

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