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Access Bank Transfer Code: How to Send Money Using USSD

You don't have to go to the bank to complete transfers anymore since you can do it by dialing the right USSD code.

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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 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.

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As a matter of fact, Nigeria is edging a lot closer to a cashless society.

If we will ever truly achieve this feat, then every bank has a role to play. 

So far so good, Access Bank has done its part. It launched 
*901# Banking Made Easy in compliance to CBN regulation.

No dulling with *901# access Bank Transfer code

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
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After that, you can continue with the next step below:

How to use the Access Bank transfer code

  • To make transfers to Access Bank accounts: Dial *901*1*Amount*NUBAN Account Number#  from your phone number, then authenticate with your transfer security code.
  • To make transfers to non-access bank accounts: Dial *901*2*Amount*NUBAN Account Number#.

Note: funds transfer attract a fee of 80 nairas plus a 4 naira VAT, making 84 nairas.

NUBAN Account number simply means the account number of the recipient. In Nigeria, all account numbers are usually 10 digits.

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*1*500*0123456789#.

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.

What you should know:

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.

Read also:

Access Bank Airtime recharge code: How to recharge card using your phone

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