In Nigeria today, we have various network subscribers such as MTN, Airtel, GLO and Etisalat networks. Usually, when trying to recharge your phone, the usual procedure is to buy airtime from retail sellers with cash.
However, thanks to the inventory of mobile banking, buying of airtime are now much easier. Now you can recharge your phone through mobile apps from your bank.
In this article, I will be showing you how to recharge your phone through the use of USSD codes from your different banks straight from the comfort of your home or office.
First all of, it is important to note you could only buy airtime using the phone number you registered with your bank. Below is a list of USSD codes for different banks for recharging your phone.
To buy airtime of any network from your access bank account, you just have to dial *901*amount#.
Dial *326*amount# to purchase airtime directly from your Eco bank account.
Simply dial* 770*amount# to access airtime from your fidelity bank account.
For Diamond bank customers operating on the yellow account, dial* 710*555*phone number*amount *pin#.
To buy airtime from First City Monument Bank, simply dial *389*214*amount#
Buying of airtime is simple with First Bank. Simply dial* 894*amount#.
Simply dial *737 *amount #.
Simply dial * 322*030* amount #
Keystone Bank requires it’s customers to dial *322*082* amount # directly from their mobile phones to purchase airtime.
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You just have to dial* 833* amount # to buy airtime from Skye Bank.
Stanbic IBTC Bank
To buy airtime from Stanbic bank, simply dial* 909* amount #
To buy airtime from Sterling Bank, dial *822 *amount #
UBA (United Bank for Africa)
Dial *919* amount #
Simply dial* 333*215* amount#
To bug airtime from Zenith Bank, dial* 966*amount * number #. However, for MTN subscribers, dial * 302*amount #.
Buying of airtime from Nigerian Banks is a lot easier nowadays thanks largely to USSD codes and mobile banking.
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