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First Bank Transfer Code 2018: *894# Quick Banking

This is to create awareness to old and new customers that first bank transfer code, the 894 mobile money banking code can now be used for more than virtual top up.

The ussd code can now be use to transfer funds between first bank customers and to other Nigerian banks, pay your bills, check account balance, withdraw money (cashless transaction) etc. first bank transfer codeThis particular article will focus on one among the many features of first bank *894# mobile transfer. But few of our future articles will touch the rest of the features in detail.

First bank along side GTbank lead the era of ussd mobile banking in the Nigeria banking system.

If you are a fan of these form of banking, you will agree with me that first bank’s 894 and gtbank’s 737 online/mobile money transfer codes are the easiest, fastest and the most secure in my opinion.

Quick Banking (*894#) Full Guide: First Bank Transfer Code {Mobile Banking Money Transfer}.

First bank mobile banking code does not require internet connection before you can transfer funds, recharge airtime, pay bills and check your balance. It is available 24/7.

All you need are;

  • Phone number associated with your first bank account.
  • Any mobile phone (touch light phone will do).
  • Your ATM card 4 digit PIN (for the first time).
  • The steps below.

How to Register or Activate 894 Quick Banking.

Before you start using the platform, you have to first register and it is a one time thing.

  • Dial *894*0# with the phone number associated with or registered to your account.
  • Choose the debit card (ATM) linked to your account.
  • Input the 4 digit PIN of the chosen debit card.
  • Create your *894# 5-digit first bank transfer PIN.
  • You have successfully registered on first bank money transfer platform.

Now that you are done with the activation, you can now get started with using the platform for the aforementioned features. Below is how to transfer funds.

Also Read: First Bank Exchange Rate Today.

First Bank Transfer Code Usage Guide.

There is a direct and easy way of doing this. However, you can decide to first go to the home page of the platform and follow the prompt.

Method 1.

  • Dial *894#.
  • Enter 1 to transfer money.
  • Enter the amount to be transferred.
  • Select the bank and enter the account number.
  • Authenticate the transaction using the 5-digit transfer PIN created earlier.

You will be notified if the transfer is successful or not.

Method 2.

This is the direct method and it is the easiest method.

  • Dial *894*Amount*Account Number#.
  • Select the bank you are transferring to.
  • Confirm the transfer using the 5-digit first bank transfer PIN.
  • You will be notified if the transfer is successful or not.

Transfer limit per day with first bank mobile transfer code is 100,000 Naira.

Also Read: First Bank Airtime Recharge Code.

That’s it fellas on how to use first bank transfer code. Don’t leave this page without making use of the social buttons.

Updated: August 3, 2018 — 7:44 am

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Adegoke Opeyemi

Programmer by talent, financial analyst by choice and Engineer by profession.

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  1. I want to start using the first bank ussd but how much do they charge?

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