Banking & Operation

How To Use Union Bank Transfer Code *826#

The USSD code for Union Bank Nigeria Plc is *826#, most people who use this code to carry out bank transfers call it Union Bank Transfer Code and Union Bank Code, the code can be use to carry out transaction with ease as is done with other banks transfer codes too.

The Union Bank Transfer Code can be use to send money from one union bank account to another and from union bank accounts to other banks in Nigeria, it can be used to buy airtime for yourself and others, to pay bills i.e. Electric bills, TV Subscription etc, it can also be used to generate a paycode and PIN for cardless withdrawals from ATMs.

The following instructions show how to use the union bank USSD code popularly called union bank transfer code

 

How to register for union bank transfer code

Union banks says the experience they have had over their 100 years of operation has taught them to give rather than receive and so they want people to be able to register for the USSD code for free, to register simply dial *826# on your phone and follow the simple instruction shown on your phone.

 

How to buy airtime with union bank code

Very simple, to buy airtime for the phone number you registered with your union bank account, simply dial *826*amount# on the phone. Example: *826*200#, remember this code can only work if you want to recharge the phone number you registered with your account number.

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If you want to recharge other phones with the union bank code, simply dial *826*amount*phone number#, example: *826*200*08012341234, the phone number you are to put is the phone number you want to recharge not your own phone number, remember: *826*amount*recipient phone number#. You will need to enter your 4 digit PIN to authenticate this transaction

Buying airtime with the union bank code is free and the money is deducted directly from you union bank account.


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How to create PIN for Union bank transfer code

Very simple to create PIN to be used to authenticate transaction from you, dial this code from your phone numbers, that is the phone number you register with your union bank account, the PIN should be kept secret so that others don’t have access to it, the code to be dialed is *826*5#, then input 4 digit PIN that you’ll be using henceforth for your transactions.

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How to transfer money with union bank transfer code

If you want to transfer money to other union bank accounts, the code you are to use is different from the code you’ll use to transfer from union bank to other banks in Nigeria, to transfer from one union bank account to another dial *826*1*amount*account number# example: *826*1*2000*1234512345#, you will need your PIN to complete this transaction.

If you want to transfer from union bank to accounts with other banks in Nigeria dial *826*2*amount*account number# example: *826*2*2000*1234512345#

Transfer from one union bank account to another is free while transfer from union bank to other banks attract a fee of N52.50


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