USSD CODES FOR RECHARGING YOUR PHONE DIRECTLY FROM YOUR BANK ACCOUNT

Technology now makes it easy for you to recharge your mobile phones from anywhere, even on the go. You no longer need to buy from retailers or go to ATM. You get it instantly. More so, some banks like Diamond Bank give you 100MB worth of data when you recharge up to N500 directly from your bank account. Thanks to technology. We are really moving forward. You can now buy airtime for any network sim, be it mtn, airtel, glo or etisalat directly from your bank account even without an android phone or bank app.
How to recharge your phone directly from your Bank account

In this article, I will explicitly explain and show you how you can recharge your mobile phone directly from your bank account in Nigeria through USSD codes.
The codes are the same for both any type of Mobile on Android, windows phone (Lumia), blackberry and even on Nokia touch light phones. It is as simple as just like checking your airtime balance.

Note that you just need to dial the codes from the number you used in creating your bank account, include the amount you wish to be buy. But some Banks like UBA allow you to transfer to another mobile number that is not used to create the account. You just have to include the number in the USSD code before putting Hash (#).  An SMS will be sent to your line confirming the purchase.

The banks are arranged in alphabetical order. So just locate your bank, get the code for your bank and enjoy their mobile top up service.  Another amazing thing about this service is that it supports the four top telecommunication networks in Nigeria (MTN, Airtel, Glo and Etisalat). Each Bank has a daily amount limit you can recharge.
So let’s go!

Here Are USSD Recharge Codes For All Nigerian Banks With Examples

For Access Bank:

Dial *901*Amount#e.g. *901*500#.
The maximum amount to recharge per day is #5000

For Diamond Bank:

Dial *302*amount #
E.g. To load N1,000 credit, dial *302*1000#

For Diamond Yello Account:

Dial *710*555*Phone no*Amount*PIN#

For Eco Bank:

Dial *326*Amount#e.g. *326*1000#

For FCMB Bank:

Dial *322*214*Amount#e.g. *322*214*1000#

For Fidelity Bank:

Dial *770*amount# and SEND from your mobile phone. E.g. *770*1000#
To recharge other (your wife, husband, friend etc.) Dial *770*Phone No*Amount# e.g. *770*08026435274*1000#.
The maximum amount to recharge per day is #5000

For First Bank:

Dial *894*Phone No*Amount# e.g. *894*08104563278*1000#. The maximum amount to recharge per day is #3000

For GT Bank:

Dial *737*amount#and SEND from the number registered to your GT bank account.
To recharges to transfer directly to friend, just Dial *737*Phone No*Amount# e.g. *737*08053845622*1000#
Note that you will be told to enter the last four digits on your ATM card and maximum amount to recharge per day is #5000

For Heritage Bank:

Dial *322*030*Amount#.
E.g.: To Recharge N1, 000 simply dial *322*030*1000#

For KeyStone Bank:

Dial *322*082*Amount#.
Eg: To top up your line with N500 dial *322*082*500#.
The minimum is N100 while the maximum per day is N3,000.

For Skye Bank:

Dial *389*076*1*Phone No*Amount# e.g. *389*076*1*08034546725*1000#
Daily recharge limit for skye bank is #5000

For Stanbic Bank:

Dial *909*Amount#and Send from your mobile phone
E.g. *909*1000#
The Daily Limit is ₦5,000 Naira

For Sterling Bank:

Dial *822*Phone No*Amount# e.g. *822*08154746533*500#

For UBA (United Bank For Africa):

Dial *389*033*1*Amount# e.g. *389*033*1*500#

For Union Bank:

Dial *389*032*amount#.
E.g. To recharge your mobile phone with just N500, dial *389*032*500#

For Unity Bank:

Dial *322*215*amount#to recharge.
E.g. to recharge N1, 000 dial *322*215*1000#

For Wema Bank:

Dial *322*035*Amount#e.g. *322*035*700#

For Zenith Bank:

Dial *302*Amount#e.g. *302*600#
The maximum amount you can recharge from zenith bank using this USSD codes per day is #5000.

That's all for now about recharging your mobile phones directly from your bank accounts using USSD codes. I always update this post to reflect any change in USSD code for any bank.

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Read also USSD CODESFOR TRANFERRING MONEY BETWEEN BANK ACCOUNTS THROUGH FOR ALL NIGERIAN BANKS

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