This guide provides the code for checking Wema Bank account balance on phone.
You don’t need to visit the bank, ATM or download the mobile app just because you want to know how much money is in your account. Now, all you have to do is dial a simple code on your mobile phone?
This is definitely a welcome initiative, because customers can now avoid unnecessary queues in banks or ATM service points.
But first, you need to register for Wema bank e-banking and create a PIN by dialing *945*100# and following the on-screen instructions. Also, you can change your existing PIN by dialing *945*50# and following the on-screen instructions.
How to check Wema Bank account balance using phone?
- To check your Wema bank account balance, dial *945*0#.
- Next, enter your e-banking PIN to confirm your request.
After following the steps above, you’ll receive a message Wema bank notifying you of your account balance.
Charges & Limits
Each time you use the above code to check your account balance, you’ll have to pay a fee of 10.05 naira only. And there’s no limit to the number of times you can access your balance, provided you have enough money in your account to pay for the charges.
What you should know about Wema bank account balance code
- It works with all phone types (android, iOS, Blackberry, or Java), so long as it supports USSD operations.
- You can check your balance anywhere and at any time of the day, even during weekends and public holidays.
- The above USSD code doesn’t need any internet connection; however, your mobile device must have a good network signal. In addition, it works with MTN, Airtel, Glo and 9mobile.
- The code only works with a phone number linked to your Wema Bank account.
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