First Bank Transfer Code: Complete Guide On How To Activate & Use

With the introduction of First bank transfer code, you no longer need to cue in the banking hall or ATM stance to send money as you can do that on your mobile line.

With the First bank mobile code *894#, you can easily send money to other banks on your mobile phone. And this can be done from the comfort of your home or wherever you are as long as you have a mobile phone.

What is First bank transfer code

The first bank transfer code allows First bank customers to do mobile banking from the comfort of their home and the code is *894#. This code allows you to perform quick transactions from your mobile phone like send money, pay bills, airtime top-up, etc.

The transfer code is also called “quick banking” and it is fast, secure and convenient to use.

Benefits and features

There are several benefits that come with using Quick banking USSD code on your mobile phone and they are listed below.

  • You can use it to open a First bank account.
  • It is quick, convenient and secure as you don’t need to move around with cash before transferring them.
  • You don’t need an internet connection to do any transfer.
  • It is an easy way to Bank.
  • You can check your account balance anytime wherever.
  • The code can be used to buy airtime from your account.
  • And you can also pay bills and lots more.

How to register Firstbank transfer code

This transfer code is available to all first bank customer. Therefore provided you have opened an account with First bank then you can use this service.

It is free to register and you don’t need an internet connection, all you have to do is follow the steps below.

  • On your mobile phone Dial *894*0#
  • A list of masked debit card numbers linked with your account is displayed
  • Select your preferred debit card afterward
  • After selecting your preferred card, enter the 4-digit (PIN) of your card.
  • Create a new 5-digit transfer PIN – Henceforth, this will be the PIN you use to authenticate any transaction you make with the Quick banking codes.

How to transfer money from Firstbank to other banks

First bank transfer code

If you want to transfer money from First Bank to First Bank or other banks in Nigeria, here are the steps to follow

  • Dial *894*Amount*Account Number#
  • From the list displayed, Type 1 to select “Quick banking”
  • A new list will display Type 1 to Select “Transfer money”
  • You will then get a prompt to enter the Amount you want to send.
  • Enter the recipient account.
  • From the new option select the recipient Bank type (UBA, GTB, ACCESS BANK, etc.)
  • On the new page confirm the amount and the name of the recipient by inputting your 5-digit pin and send.

Alternatively, to send money you can also follow this short process.

  • Dail *894*Amount*Account number#
  • From the new option select the recipient Bank type (UBA, GTB, ACCESS BANK, etc.)
  • On the new page confirm the amount and the name of the recipient by inputting your 5-digit pin and send.

How to recharge with Firstbank transfer code

You can also use the USSD code to buy airtime for yourself and others all you have to do dial *894*Amount#, while to recharge for others you dial *894*Amount*Phone number# and enter your PIN.

Note that this can only be done with the sim card that is linked to your First bank account.

First bank mobile transfer limit

There is a daily limit for every transfer you do with your mobile phone.

If you activate the USSD code you can send up to N100,000.00 per day. Similarly, you can also recharge airtime up to N10,000.00 per day for yourself and others.

Other Firstbank quick banking short codes

There are several other transactions you can do with the Quick banking USSD codes and they are listed below.

  • To register for Quick banking – dial *894*0#.
  • Airtime recharge for self – dial *894*Amount#.
  • Airtime recharge for others – dial *894*Amount*Number#.
  • To transfer funds to people – dial *894*Amount*Account number#.
  • To check your account balance – dial *894*00#.
  • For your account Mini-statement dial *894*Account number#.

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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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