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Gt Bank Money Transfer Via *737* Mobile Phone Shortcode

Guaranty Trust Bank *737* Mobile Money Transfer

GT BankGt Bank Plc just launched a Mobile Phone shortcode *737* to conveniently perform money transfer anywhere between your own account and third-party accounts in Nigeria. You can simply enable this service by simply dialing the USSD short code *737 with details of the amount and account number (NUBAN) of the beneficiary.

The Gt Bank *737* Mobile phone transfer is being introduced to build on the success of the Bank’s One Click Top –up to enable GTB customers send instant money transfers directly from their mobile phone,irrespective of their status or phone type.

The new *737* shortcode on mobile phone for money transfer will surely help to boost mobile money transaction in Nigeria for the success of the cashless policy that was introduced by the Central Bank of Nigeria in January 2012. With this latest innovation from the bank, the customers can now transfer money via their mobile phones, without any form of hindrance from the internet. Before, most bank customers relied heavily on internet banking, which has its challenges, when there are issues with internet connectivity.

Money Transfer with *737* Shortcode

Transfer to other Gt Banks Accounts

– Dial *737*1*Amount*NUBAN Account No# e.g. *737*1*1000*1234567890# from the mobile number registered with the Bank.

– Enter last four digits of your GTBank Naira MasterCard to authenticate the transaction.

– Wait for the transaction to be completed.

Transfer to other Banks Accounts

To Initiate Money transfers to beneficiaries in other Banks in Nigeria

– Dial *737*2*Amount*NUBAN Account No# from the mobile number registered with the Bank.

– Select recipient’s bank (FBN, Access, Zenith, UBA & DBN)

– Enter last four digits of your GTBank Naira MasterCard.

– Wait for the transaction to be completed.

You will receive debit alert once the transfer is successful.

NB: FBN (First Bank of Nigeria)

GTBank Internet Banking charges will be applied.

The account name of recipient will be displayed for you before you enter the last four digits of your debit card to enable you confirm that you are not sending money to a wrong account.

Your Gt Bank current account will be debited if you are using same phone number on your savings and current account.


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