Mobile Banking

How to Transfer Money from Access Bank Using Access Bank Money Transfer Code

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With Access Bank USSD and mobile online banking ,many transactions can be done. You can pay your bills, money transfer, airtime recharge and the most amazing of all, you can check your account balance anywhere you are.. Cool isn’t it. All of these can be done on any mobile phone such as Android, iPhone, Blackberry etc.

The sad part of this good innovation is some people still don’t know how use it, or they haven’t heard about it at all. One thing we all know for sure is, banking on the go is the way to go now, anybody who does not know this now is still living and operating in the past.

Features Of Access Bank Mobile Money Transfer Code

  • All Access Bank account holders can use the service.
  • You must have a phone number registered with the bank before using the service.
  • You can use the service anytime you want, 24/7.

SEE ALSO —How to Transfer Money from Zenith Bank Using Zenith Bank Transfer Code.

How to Transfer Money with Access Bank Mobile Money Transfer Code

  • First of all, register for USSD banking by dialling *901# on your phone.
  • You will be prompted to enter your BVN number to finalize registration.

Access Bank To Access Bank Transfer

  • To make a transfer to an access bank account, dial *901*1*AMOUNT*NUBAN Account Number#, then authorize with the last 4-digits of your BVN number.

Access Bank to Other Banks Transfer

  • *901*2*AMOUNT*NUBAN Account Number#.

SEE ALSO — How to Transfer Money from GTBank Using GTBank Money Transfer Code

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Emychillz is an internet freak, Facebook and Twitter aficionado, entertainment connoisseur and all I wanna do is give you the latest news updates from the world we live in.

2 Comments

  1. Odebala Respect

    October 31, 2017 at 11:34 pm

    Please I don’t remeber my BvN number and the phone number i use to do the BVN number is no more, so wat will i do. To make my transfer work without the four digit number.
    Thanks.

    • Emychillz

      November 1, 2017 at 9:45 am

      Kindly go to the bank and explain to them for this to be resolved.