UBA Transfer Code Without ATM Card

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Knowing your bank’s USSD code is very important, almost all the banks in Nigeria are associated with their own unique code. This USSD code is created to make banking easier for customers. It’s accessible at any time of the day and any place.

The most interesting thing about this code is that you do not need an Internet connection to use it, all you need is a good mobile service and the phone number associated with your bank account.

About UBA

United Bank for Africa (UBA) PLC is one of the leading banks in Africa with operations in Nineteenth African countries. The bank has a total customer base of over Eleven million and employs over Nine Thousand people.

In Nigeria, UBA has over Seven Hundred branches and operates a 24/7 customer call center. The bank also has an extensive ATM network with over Two Thousand ATMs nationwide.


How To Register Your Number With UBA Code

Using UBA Transfer code is very simple, but you need to register your number before you can start enjoying the service (for new customers).

To register, simply dial *919# on your mobile phone, input your account number, and create your 4-digit transaction pin.

You’ll be asked to input this pin in any transaction you want to do no matter how small.

UBA Transfer Code Without ATM Card

To transfer funds on UBA without ATM Card, just go to your dialer and input *919*0# then send, after which you’ll be presented with a menu. Select “Transfer” and proceed, then select whether you want to transfer to another UBA account or other banks.

After that, you’ll be required to input the account number and the amount you wish to transfer, then you go ahead to confirm your transfer by inputting the 4-digit transaction code you created earlier.


UBA Transfer Code Charges

Depending on the sort of transfer you are performing, different UBA USSD transfer codes have different costs.

For instance, there is a NGN 20 cost for transferring money to another UBA account. Transferring money to another bank will cost you NGN 52.50. While NGN 105 is the processing fee for payments for goods and services.

UBA Airtime Top-Up Code

You can also use the UBA USSD code for airtime top-up on any network in Nigeria. Simply dial *919#, follow the prompts, and select Airtime Top Up. After which you’ll be required to select whether you want to recharge “self” or “others.”

Then you input the amount of airtime you wish to purchase and confirm your transaction by inputting your 4-digit USSD code.

Alternatively, you can also recharge your line or that of your loved ones using the shortcode.


– For self-top-up: Dial *919*Amount#

– For others: Dial *919*Phone Number* Amount#


That’s all you need to know about transferring money on UBA with USSD code. If you have any questions or need more help, feel free to reach out to us. We’re always happy to help.

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