Have you ever been stuck so badly that you need to purchase airtime in a remote area? Good news is you can now recharge your phone using any bank in Nigeria. An awful part is when you have the enough money in your bank account and even in your wallet and can’t locate any nearby vendor to but recharge voucher. Providentially, the majority of banks here in Nigeria has released shortcodes to recharge your phone airtime anywhere so far there is the network. However, recently, these systems have been updated, and some people do not know about it, so we bring you the current list of codes to recharge your phone from your Bank Account 2016.
Updated 2016 List of Codes to Recharge Mobile Phones from Bank Account
Below are codes you can use to recharge your phone. Just replace “amount” by the amount you wish to recharge and send. Needless to say, you must have up to that amount in the bank account for the process to be successful.
Note: The number must be the one you used when opening the bank account.
Access Bank: * 901 * amount#
Ecobank: * 326 * amount#
Fidelity Bank: * 770 * amount#
First City Monument Bank (FCMB): * 389214 * amount#
First Bank: * 894 * amount#
Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB): * 737 * amount#
Diamond Bank Yellow Account: * 710555 * phone number * amount * pin#
Zenith Bank: * 966 * amount# (MTN Users – 302amount#)
Skye Bank: * 3890761 * amount#
Sterling Bank: * 822 * amount#
Stanbic IBTC: * 909 * amount#
UBA: * 919 * amount#
Unity Bank: * 322215 * amount#
Keystone Bank: * 322082 * amount#
Heritage Bank: * 322030 * amount#
I will appreciate your comments in case of any problem during and after the use of the above-listed services.
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