Truly, the internet and technology have now made our banking system more convenient, fast and easy. Apparently, in the future time, we may not have to go to the bank anymore for transactions as everything can be done at the comfort of your home. In this article, we will instructively teach you how to transfer more with the First Bank transfer code (First Bank transfer pin).
The first bank is one of the prominent banks in Nigeria and has added more values to their banking systems by creating a good customer service to their subscribers. The Mobile Banking System is one of the easiest ways to conduct transactions, and that is the focus of this article.
*894# is the Mobile Transfer Code for First Bank. This code you can completely perform any transaction from the comfort of your home.
What is the First Bank Transfer Code?
First Bank Transfer Code is simply a set of digits (894#) recognized by the First Bank as a means of performing a transaction from anywhere in Nigeria using your mobile phone. And the good news here is that you don’t necessarily need to be connected to the internet, just dial the number (894#).
This is also referred to, as the First Bank Quick Banking or the First Bank USSD code. This code is not only made for transfers, but you can also still use it to recharge your phone. But before you can perform any transaction using the First Bank Transfer Code you need to be registered.
How to register for First Bank Transfer Code:
To register or subscribe to the First Bank Mobile Banking is as easy as dialing your customer care helpline. All you need to do is just follow the instructions described below:
- Dial *894*0# (a list of masked debit card numbers linked to your account is displayed)
- Select your preferred debit card
- Enter the 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) for the selected debit card
- Create a new 5-digit PIN (The 5-digit will be your First Bank transfer pin)
Note: your PIN should be personal and easy to remember, to avoid complications.
Immediately you complete the above procedure your number would be activated for the First Bank Mobile Banking System. Congratulations, you can now perform transactions using your Mobile Phone, at the comfort of your home.
How to transfer with First Bank Transfer Code:
To transfer money from First Bank to First Bank and/or other Banks in Nigeria, just follow the steps below;
- Dial *894*Amount*Account Number#
- Select beneficiary bank
- Confirm amount Enter Beneficiary name
- Enter your 5-digit PIN
- Select account to debit
How to recharge with First Bank Transfer Code:
Are you running out of airtime and want to make an immediate call? Whether you are on a highway, farm etc. don’t trouble yourself that much because this instant banking also has provision for self-recharge. Just dial 894Amount# Enter PIN, but this provision is just for your own SIM Card.
Meanwhile to recharge a friend/relative or your other SIM card, dial 894Amount*Phone number# and enter your PIN.
NOTE: You can transfer up to N100, 000.00 in a day and recharge up to N10, 000.00 in a day.
How to check the First Bank account balance:
To check your account balance, dial 89400#, and your current account balance will immediately be shown. That is all.
This means that you don’t have to visit any First Bank outlets to perform some transactions. You can still do them while sited at home, provided your mobile phone number is registered to your Bank.
How to check the First Bank Mini Statement:
You can easily check your First Bank Mini-Statement at your own convenience. To do this, just dial 894Account Number# then PIN
Firs Bank Transfer Shorts Code:
- To register: *894*0#
- Airtime recharge: *894*Amount#
- Airtime for others: *894*Amount*Number#
- To transfer: *894*Amount*Account number#
- To check airtime: *894*00#
- Mini-statement: *894*Account number#
Benefits of First Bank Mobile Banking:
It is quick, convenient, secure and easy.
With mobile banking, you can pay your bills, buy airtime, check account balance, transfer money etc.
If you have any concern, you are advised to contact the First Bank Customer Care using any of the following methods here.