UBA account balance using *919# or mobile banking app

How to Check UBA Account Balance using your mobile phone (Free)

In this guide you’ll learn how to check your UBA account balance using your mobile phone be it Android, Windows, or iOS.

There are two ways to check your UBA account balance. Option 1 is to use UBA magic banking USSD code, while option 2 is to download the UBA mobile banking application. Whichever you decide to use, this guide will explain everything you need to know.

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Check UBA balance using USSD code

To check your account balance using USSD code, dial *919#. This should take you to the magic banking homepage.

UBA magic banking: Check balance

Thereafter, select and dial 6 and then follow the instruction.

Alternatively, dial *919*00#

It should immediately display the balance of the account linked with that SIM.

But first you need to make sure that SIM card is linked to your bank account. If it’s not linked, just go ahead and visit any UBA branch near you and request for it to be done.

Note: using magic banking does not require internet connection. In other words, even you are not currently subscribed to a data plan it will work just fine. Also, using this service attracts a fee of 30 naira only.

As we earlier promised, you can check your account balance for free. Keep reading to discover how.

Check UBA balance using mobile banking app

This is easy. All you have to do is download the mobile banking app for either android, windows or Apple products.

Follow this guide: Download UBA Mobile Banking App For Android, iOS & BlackBerry

But first you must make sure your account is activated for mobile banking. It can be done by visiting any UBA branch near you.

After downloading and installing the app, log in to your account using your secure password.

Your account balance should be displayed in the app homepage. Using the app to check your account balance is completely free; however, you need an internet connection to be able to login to the app.

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