Banking & Operation

Quick Ways To Use GTBank Transfer Code *737#

Guarantee Trust Bank (GTBank) is one of the first banks to start using USSD code for transaction, they hugely advertised their *737*0# code for everyone to see. The code widely call GTBank transfer code is capable of carrying out transactions that the codes of some other banks may not be able to carry out.

Below are some of the transactions the GTBank USSD code *737# is capable of carrying out:

  • Account opening
  • Reactivating of old GTbank accounts
  • Fund Transfer
  • Airtime & Data purchase
  • Checking of account balance
  • Creating PIN
  • Bill and Merchant payment etc.

 

How to open account with GTBank USSD Code *737#

To open an account with GTbank without filling any form or going to the bank branches, simply dial this code to given bellow, the code allows to open a GTBank account with N300,000 maximum account balance. Dial *737*0# to open the account.

 

How to transfer money with GTBank transfer code

Transferring money with the GTBank transfer code is very simple, you can transfer either from one gtbank account to another gtbank account or from a gtbank account to accounts with other banks in Nigeria as long as your phone is registered with your GTBank account number. To transfer money from your gtbank account to other gtbank accounts simply dial this code: *737*1*amount*recipient account number# example: *737*1*2000*1234512345#. You are to use the last 4 digit of your debit card.

To transfer from GTBank to other banks in Nigeria dial this code: *737*2*amount*recipient account number# example: *737*2*2000*1234512345#, you will also need to use the last 4 digit of your debit card to authenticate this transaction


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How to buy airtime with the GTbank code

If you have a GTBank account then you should never be out of airtime except when there is not any money in your account, the reason is with you phone registered with your gtbank account you can recharge yourself and even recharge the phone of others. To recharge your phone, that is the phone number you registered with your gtbank account simple dial *737*amount# on your phone example: *737*200#

To recharge the phones of your family members or friends dial *737*amount*recipients phone number#, example: *737*200*08012341234# you will need the last 4 digit of your gtbank debit card to complete the transaction.

The benefit of using the GTBank code to buy airtime is that it is quick to use and available 24/7, the money is deducted directly from you bank account.

 

How to check account balance with GTBank Code

To check your GTBank account balance with the code, you don’t have to visit the bank branch simply to check your account balance, you can check your account balance in the convenience of your home by just using your phone, that is the phone you registered with you gtbank account, the code you are to dial is *737*6*1#, make sure you dial this code from the phone number you registered with your gtbank account.


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Funmilola Bolaji is a researcher and writer, a National Certificate of Education (NCE) holder with other Certificate training; she writes for several blogs including campusbiz. You might want to reach her through funmilola@campusbiz.com.ng for campusbiz.com.ng related inquiries.

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