Banking & Operation

Firstbank Transfer Code & Short Code: How To Use It

The USSD code for Firstbank Nigeria is  *894#, some call this code Firstbank Transfer Code because the mostly use it to transfer funds from one bank account to another, others call it Firstbank Short Code while some simple call it Firstbank Code.

Though, most people use this code to transfer funds so they call it Firstbank Transfer Code, but the code can actually be used to perform so many other functions as stated below, if you have an account with Firstbank Nigeria here is how to use the code.

 

How to transfer money with Firstbank Transfer Code

If you want to transfer money on using the Firstbank Transfer Code, the process is pretty easy,  unlike other banks where you’ll have to dial a lot of codes, simple dial *894*Amount*Account number#, the account number you are to put is the account number to want to transfer the money into not your own account number. Remember dial *894*amount*account number# i.e. *894*2000*1234512345#

 

How to buy airtime with the Firstbank Short Code

Very simple to recharge your phone and those of your family and friends if you a Firstbank account number, to recharge the phone number you registered with your account number dial *894*amount# i.e. *894*200# on your phone and you’ll be credited with the sum of N200. To recharge the phones of your family and friend, dial *894*Amount*phone number#, that is *894*200*08012341234#, the phone number you entered will be credited with the sum of N200.

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How to check your account with the Firstbank Short Code

Gone are the days when people have to visit the bank just to check their bank account balance, with the introduction of the USSD code, you can easily check your bank account balance from your mobile phone, the short code for firstbank is *894*00#

 

How to create PIN for Firstbank transfer code

Before you can transfer money on the Firstbank USSD code or before you can recharge other people’s phone, you need to create a 5Digit PIN, to create the PIN simply dial *894*0#, and input any 5 digit number you want to be using as your code, dial the code on the phone number you registered with your firstbank account number.


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How to register for the first bank Short Code *894#

If you want to register to be using the Firstbank Transfer Code, do the following on the phone number you registered with your Firstbank account number:

  1. Simply dial *894*0#
  2. A list of masked debit card numbers linked to your account is displayed
  3. Select your preferred debit card
  4. Enter the 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) for the selected debit card
  5. Create a new 5-digit PIN
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If you have trouble using the firstbank USSD code, email firstcontact@firstbanknigeria.com. You may also visit the nearest FirstBank branch.


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