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Easy Ways To Check GTB Account Number Without Internet Access

If you have forgotten your GTbank account number and you are asking – how do I check my GTB account number? Then you will learn the easy way you can do that without stress.

Forgetting your bank account number does happen sometimes for one reason or the other. Therefore, this guide will show you how to check your GTB account number with your phone.

You don’t have to visit any GTB banking hall to get to know your account number. Several years back, you’d have had to wait in a queue just to speak with a GTB customer service representative that would help you check your account number. But now you can easily know your account number from the comfort of your home.

How to check GTB account number

Basically, there are three easy ways to check your account number from the comfort of your home. They include:

  • Sending SMS
  • Dailing *737# simple banking code
  • Using GTB online or mobile banking service

I will show you how to use these three methods stated above regardless of the method you prefer the most.

Method 1. How to check GTB account number with SMS

You can know your GTBank account number by sending SMS on your mobile phone. All you have to do is:

  • On your mobile phone open message.
  • Type “My Account” and send it to 08076665555. This message should be sent without an apostrophe. In other words, only send the word My Account to 08076665555.

You will receive an SMS containing your Nigerian Uniform Bank Account Number (NUBAN), which is ten digits.

This message must be sent from the phone number you have linked with your GTB account; that’s the number you used in registering for an account.

Method 2. Dailing *737# Simple banking code

You can also check your GTB account number using USSD code, which is popularly called “simple banking”. All you have to do is dial *737*6*1# on your mobile phone. You’ll receive a message containing your GTBank NUBAN account number afterward.

Ensure you dial this code with the phone number you have registered with your GTBank account.

Method 3. Using GTB online or mobile banking service

You can check your GTB account number online by using either the mobile banking app or the internet banking website. However, this is possible if you have previously activated/registered your account for mobile banking or internet banking.

Mobile banking service

If you have a GTBank mobile banking app on your phone, all you have to do is log in to it, and your account balance will be displayed on the screen.

If you don’t have GTbank mobile banking app you can visit Google Playstore to download one.

Internet banking

To use internet banking to get your GTBank account number, log in to the GTBank internet banking section on their official website. Request for your NUBAN and enter your credentials when you get the prompt, you’ll see your 10-digit NUBAN displayed on one side of the screen afterward.

If you have questions or comments regarding this guide, you can drop it in the comment section below.

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I am Anthony Stephen, an information blogger and the Chief Editor of InfotipsNG. My sole aim of creating this blog is to give Nigerians and other people all over the world well-researched information.

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