First Bank Transfer Code: Do you have a First bank account? If so, you just have heard of the first bank transfer code! If you don’t know it, you are missing out on stress-free banking!
Well, if you don’t know what the First Bank transfer code is or you have probably forgotten what it is, you will be taken through everything you need to know about the First Bank transfer code here on Teezab.com.ng.
Below are what this article will talk about;
- First Bank Transfer Code
- List of all First Bank USSD Codes
- First Bank Transfer Code to other bank
- How to register First Bank transfer code
- How to register First Bank transfer code without ATM card
- Benefits and features of FirstBank USSD codes
- Requirements to activate FirstBank USSD code
- how to get a 5-digit pin for first bank transfer
- how to block and unblock my first bank USSD code
What is First Bank Transfer Code
The First Bank transfer code is *894#. This is First Bank’s official banking code. You can use this code to perform a variety of transactions and operations without having to visit the bank. However, before you can use this code, you must first register.
First Bank of Nigeria Limited has remained committed to empowering the Nigerian populace with the *894# Quick Banking service as part of its financial inclusion drive. The service is set to deliver power to banks anywhere and at any time. It is quick, convenient, and easy to use and beneficiary accounts are credited instantly with alert notifications.
The *894# USSD service makes banking services available across all GSM networks, on any type of handset or device; iPhone, android, blackberry, and even simple feature phones famously referred to in Nigerian lingo as ‘kpalasa’. It requires no internet service connection and can be used in remote locations across Nigeria. This USSD service is delivered on the customers’ registered phone numbers linked to their FirstBank accounts.
With *894#, the mobile phone has become a mobile branch and FirstBank customers can activate this service in three steps: dial *894*0#; enter a four-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) linked to the debit card; create a five-digit PIN, and the registration is complete. Customers can transfer money to FirstBank and other banks in Nigeria; buy airtime for themselves and their loved ones; check account balance on their phones, and do lots more wherever they are. PIN reset on this service requires only a quick dial of *894*0#.
Requirements to Activate FirstBank USSD Code
The following are the things you need to activate the First Bank USSD code;
- FirstBank account: You need to have a first bank account.
- Debit card: an active debit card linked to your account.
- Phone number: also you must have a phone number that has been linked to your account.
- Mobile phone (browsing phone or not).
How to Register for the First Bank Transfer Code
To be able to use the First Bank transfer code, you need to activate/register first. To register for the transfer code, follow the simple steps below;
- Open your phone or call app
- Simply dial *894*0#
- A list of masked debit card numbers linked to your account is displayed
- Select your preferred debit card
- Enter the debit card 4-digit PIN
- Create a new 5-digit PIN for the transfer code.
- Congrats, you have successfully registered for the First Bank transfer code.
List of First Bank USSD Codes
- To register for USSD banking code – *894*0#
- Airtime recharge for self – *894*Amount#
- Airtime recharge for others – *894*Amount*Phone number#
- For transfer – *894*Amount*Account Number#
- For Mini-statement – *894*Account Number#
- To check Account Balance- *894*00#
- For account opening – *894*0#
- To deactivate your mobile number – *894*911#
How to Block First Bank USSD Code
Simply dial *894*911# from any line, then enter the phone number (linked with your bank account) you want to deactivate, and that’s it.
How to Unblock First Bank USSD code
To unblock the first bank transfer code, you will need to visit any First Bank branch near you.
FirstBank Loan USSD Code
Did you know that you can borrow money from FirstBank using a USSD code? You can request a quick cash loan from First Bank by dialing the USSD code for a FirstBank loan if you need money to finance your business or start a construction project.
FirstBank is one of the top banks in Nigeria that provides instant cash bank loans with no paperwork or collateral at low-interest rates, and this service is easily accessible by dialing the FirstBank USSD code for a loan.
To apply for any loan from FirstBank, simply dial the FirstBank USSD loan code *894*11# to get started. It’s that easy!
You can also follow these steps to borrow money from FirstBank:
- Dial the code *894#
- select 3 (Get Loans)
- The next menu will show your eligible loan amount
- Type your desired amount and send
- Interest rate, management fees, and Insurance will be displayed
- Input five digit transaction PIN to accept the terms and conditions
- The loan will then be disbursed into your salary account as soon as possible.
Note that You must have a salary account in your bank that has been funded for at least six months in order to qualify for a loan from First Bank Nigeria PLC.
A little About the First Bank
First Bank of Nigeria Limited (FirstBank) is Nigeria’s premier and most valuable banking brand, and largest financial services institution by total assets and gross earnings. With more than 12 million customer accounts, FirstBank has over 750 branches providing a comprehensive range of retail and corporate financial services. The Bank has an international presence through its subsidiaries, FBN Bank (UK) Limited in London and Paris, FBNBank in the Republic of Congo, Ghana, The Gambia, Guinea, Sierra-Leone, and Senegal, as well as its Representative Offices in Johannesburg, Beijing and Abu Dhabi.
Since its establishment in 1894, FirstBank has consistently built relationships with customers focusing on the fundamentals of good corporate governance, strong liquidity, optimized risk management, and leadership. Over the years, the Bank has led the financing of private investment in infrastructure development in the Nigerian economy by playing key roles in the Federal Government’s privatization and commercialization schemes. With its global reach, FirstBank provides prospective investors wishing to explore the vast business opportunities that are available in Nigeria, with an internationally competitive world-class brand, and a credible financial partner.
FirstBank has been named “Most Valuable Bank Brand in Nigeria” six times in a row – 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 – by the globally renowned “The Banker Magazine” of the Financial Times Group; and “Most Innovative Bank in Africa” in the EMEA Finance African Banking Awards 2014. Recently, for the sixth consecutive time, the Bank clinched the “Best Retail Bank in Nigeria” award by The Asian Banker. Our brand purpose is to always put customers, partners, and stakeholders at the heart of our business, even as we standardize customer experience and excellence in financial solutions across sub-Saharan Africa, in consonance with our brand vision “To be the partner of the first choice in building your future”. Our brand promise is to always deliver the ultimate “gold standard” of value and excellence. This commitment is anchored on our inherent values of passion, partnership, and people, to position You First in every respect.
See Also: First Bank of Nigeria
Conclusion on First Bank Transfer Code
The First Bank transfer code is *894# and it can be used to perform various transactions on your account without you having to go through the stress of going to the bank. You can recharge your line and that of your friends and families with you just typing on your phone, you can send money from your account to your loved ones, you can check your account balance, and so on.
His Name is Tiamiyu Abdulbazeet Olawale. He is a student at the University of Ilorin studying Electrical and Electronics Engineering. He likes to give the latest updates about Nigeria and international institutions as he aims at helping people to lay their hands on the right information.