In this guide, I’ll teach you how to use the First Bank transfer code to send money to any bank in Nigeria.
Transferring money from your First Bank account using USSD is not diffucult at all.
With the First Bank ‘Quick Banking’ code, you can quickly send money to anybody in Nigeria right from the comfort of your home or on the go.
The most intriguing thing is that this service doesn’t require an internet connection. Furthermore, it can work on any mobile device type. In other words, whether you’re using a torchlight phone or a smartphone, it will work just fine.
If this is your first time using the First Bank Transfer code, then you must first register by dialing *894*0# on the mobile number linked with your First Bank account.
Then follow the instructions you find so as to complete your registration.
You must choose a 5-digit PIN for the quick banking service before you can complete your registration.
How to transfer money using the FirstBank transfer code (Quick Banking)
Follow the steps below to use the First Bank Transfer code to send to any bank in Nigeria:
- Dial *894*amount*recipient account number#
- Select the Bank of the person you want to send money to. For example, UBA, First Bank, GTB, etc.
- Verify that the full name of the recipient matches what you have in mind and press send.
- Enter your Quick Banking PIN to confirm your transaction.
After performing the steps above, you’ll receive a notification from First Bank telling you if your transaction failed or was successful.
First Bank USSD transfer limits
The cumulative daily transfer limit is N100,000. If you feel the need to increase this limit, kindly visit a First Bank branch near you to notify a customer care representative.
The use of *894# quick banking to make transfers is completely secure, so long as you keep your PIN and SIM card safe.
How much First Bank charge customers for using the Quick Banking transfer code
First Bank may deduct some monthly charges relating to transactions made through USSD Banking.
The fees may include convenience fees, legal charges, and statutory charges relating to the use of the transfer code.
As of when this article was published, FBN charges N20 for transfers to the First Bank account and N50 for transfers to other banks.