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How To Recharge And Load Airtime via Nigerian Bank Account

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Wouldn’t you love the convenience of recharging your phone talk time from the comfort of your zone? This eliminate the need and stress of your going out physically to search and buy the recharge cards, scratching of the card which might sometimes mistakenly scratched and some digits erasing. Sometimes one even bought a fake card, yes it has happened to me before.

gtbank-phone-rechargeSince GTBank initiated their 737 Transfer, a convenient way of transferring money (GTB to GTB) and recharging airtime, it has been ease for me. I just dial *737*Amount# right from my MTN phone i used in opening the account in the bank and i instantly got credited of the airtime and debited on my account.

Almost all banks within Nigeria now offers and render the service enabling accounts holder top up their phone’s airtime via their account credit. Take note that the phone number you want to recharge has to be the primary number used to or tied with the account while opening it. Below are the codes from most banks to top up your airtime via the phone used to registered the account.

1.Access bank:*901* amount#
2.Eco bank*326*amount#
3.Fidelity:*770*amount#
4.FCMB:*389*214*amount#
5.F.bank:*894*amount#
6.GTB:*737*amount#
7.heritage bnk:*322*030*amount#
8.keyston:*322*082*amount#
9.Skybnk:*389*076*1*amount#
10.IBTC: *909*amount#
11.Sterling:*822*amount#
12.UBA:*389*033*1*amount#
13.Unity bnk:*322*215*amount#
14.Zenith:*966*amnt# or *302*amount# (for mtnĀ users)
15.Diamond bank(yellow acct. only):*710*555*phone no.*amount*pin#

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