Access Bank Transfer code makes it easy to transfer money from your Access Bank account using USSD.
The fact that you can perform this transaction from your home is without a doubt a highly welcome initiative.
Yeah! You don’t have to spend several hours in Bank queues anymore. Furthermore, you will be safe from the risks involved in moving about with large sums of money.
With the Access Bank *901# Banking Made Easy code, banking is indeed a lot easier.
To get started…
Register for *901# Banking Made Easy
If it’s your first time transacting with Banking made easy, then, first of all, you need to register.
To do that
- Dial *901# using a line linked to your bank account
- Select the option that says register.
- Enter the last four digits of your ATM card (Mastercard or Verve).
- Create a 5-digit PIN for Banking Made Easy
After that, you can continue with the next step below:
How to send money using Access Bank transfer code:
Step 1. Dial *901*1*Amount*Acc No# for transfers to Acess Bank or *901*2*Amount*Acc No# for transfers to other banks.
Step 2. Confirm the full name of the recipient.
Step 3. Enter your account PIN to approve the transfer.
For instance, if I want to transfer 5000 naira to a friend who uses Access Bank account number: 0123456789, then I’ll dial *901*1*500*0123456789#.
Otherwise, if my friend uses GTB or any other non-Access Bank account number, then I’ll have to dial *901*2*5000*0123456789#.
Access Bank transfer limits, charges, and other points to note:
Your transfer will attract a fee of 80 nairas plus a 4 naira VAT, making 84 nairas.
Note: The daily limit while using the Access Bank Transfer code is 20,000 naira. If you wish to send higher, you might have to visit a branch near you to get a token.
Banking made easy is accessible any time, any day; however, the 20K bar isn’t so encouraging. Nevertheless, it still makes quick transfers very easy.
Aside from sending funds using this simple code, there are several other things you can do without visiting the bank or using the mobile app.