Access Bank mobile money transfer guide

Access Bank mobile money transfer guide

Access Bank mobile money transfer guide is created to give you the much needed information. Access Bank has recently updated their website for Internet Banking, and now there are some new options for users. There are special USSD codes to make mobile money transfers no matter what telecommunication operator you are using. Let’s take a look at the requirements needed for these transactions by Access Bank clients as well as the easy steps you need for your money operations.

Access Bank mobile money transfer guide

What is a mobile money transfer and how to do them?

Despite the fact Nigeria is developing very fast, there are still a lot of people who do not know that you don't have to go to the bank to make any money operations you need. There are many Banks in our country and almost every big bank give its clients the possibility of mobile money transfers. There are three ways you can do it:

  1. via USSD codes
  2. via the website of the bank or special website for online banking
  3. via apps for Android, iOS and Windows Phones.

Let's talk about how to do mobile money transfer using codes. Access Bank has a USSD code for mobile money transfers both to Access Bank and other banks accounts. This code is *901#. This code opens a special menu where you can do all the operations you need. There are also a few more variants of this code for some operations.

Requirements for mobile money transfer

So, here are requirements for making mobile money transactions:

  • Have a mobile phone
  • Have a mobile number connected to Access Bank account
  • Last four digits of BVN to verify the money transfer
  • Code for Access Bank mobile money transfer.

If you are transferring your funds to another Access Bank account, you can do it in two following ways.

For the first is use the transfer code *901*1*Amount* Account Number of the reciever#. For example, if you want to make a money transfer of 6,000 NGN to a person with bank account number 1234567890 you need to dial *901*1*6000*1234567890#.

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To confirm the transfer, it will ask you to enter the last four digits of your BVN or 4 digits security code to accept the transfer of 6,000 NGN from your credit card. In the end, you will receive the confirmation message for successful or failed transaction.

For the second method, dial dial *901#. Then press “2” to go to funds transfers. To make mobile money transfer, to access the bank account, you should press “1”. Then it will also ask you to enter the last four digits of your BVN to authenticate the transfer.

Remember, that money transfers between Access Bank accounts are free, but the limitation of funds could transfer a day is 100,000 NGN.

Access Bank mobile money transfer guide

For mobile money transfers on other Nigerian banks, there are also two methods.

They are almost the same as for Access bank transfers, but instead of “1” you should press “2”. For example, now you will need to dial *901*2*6000*1234567890#. In the second way of making the transfer, you also need to dial *901# and press the button “2” twice. Then enter last four digits of BVN. Note that the limit for these transactions is the same, but they have a charge of 55 NGN.

Here are a few more codes that could be useful for you:

  • Via code *901*5# you can check your account balance.
  • Use *901*3# to make a bill payment.
  • To open and look through your account enter *901*0#.

This is the easiest way to make mobile money transfers for Access Bank cardholders. The only minus for this service could be the absence of the possibility to make international money transfers. However, the website and mobile app have it.

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Source: Naija.ng

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