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Code to Transfer Money from First Bank to All Banks without Internet

Code to Transfer Money from First Bank to All Banks without Internet

First Bank of Nigeria Limited is a Nigerian multinational bank and financial services company in Lagos, Nigeria.

It is the premier bank in West Africa. The First Bank of Nigeria Limited operates as a parent company, with the subsidiaries ‘FBN Bank’ in the Republic of Congo, Ghana, The Gambia, Guinea, Sierra-

Leone and Senegal; FBN Bank UK Limited in the United Kingdom with a branch in Paris; First Bank Representative Office in Beijing to capture trade-related business between geographies.

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Transfer of funds from one account to the other has never been easy until the introduction of Internet banking which paved the way for other related services that grants 24/7 access to a wide range of

banking services online to save time and stress associated with visiting the bank or waiting in line.

One of such service is the USSD Short code we told you about earlier for buying Airtime Credit from your First bank account without Internet access, also known as Virtual Top-up (VTU)

When First bank *894# code was launched, it had few features but money transfer was not part of it for security reasons but today *894# can now do more than just buy airtime credits or subscribe data.

Money transfer to First bank and other banks is now possible with the USSD code.

Payment of bills, loans and more are now possible just by dialing the short code.

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How to transfer money – First bank to First Bank and other Banks without Internet

  • Ensure you have enough Balance in your account to make the transfer and dial *894*amount*Account number# and select Destination bank to send money.
  • The account name you’re transferring money to will be displayed for verification purpose.
  • You will be required to enter your 5 Digit transfer code. if this is your first transaction, your ATM PIN will be required to create a 5-digit code that will be used to complete transfers for USSD codes.

NOTE: The code must be dialed from the Phone number linked with your First bank Account. (The number you receive transaction SMS alerts on)

The USSD Transfer option is now as easy as other banks transfer codes I’ve used.

Users who don’t use a smartphone, don’t have data or can’t go to the bank especially on weekends. You have no option than to use the First Bank USSD code for transfers.

First Bank USSD Code Daily Transfer Limit

The *894# USSD code only allows a maximum of 100,000 Naira per day to be sent.

Alternatively, you can choose to download the Mobile Application, get registered by entering your ATM Card details to link your account with the App but transfers will require that you obtain

a hardware from first bank branch or use soft-token (SMS codes) which sets a 200,000 limit on daily transactions.

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