Know all the Access bank transfer codes for cash transfer and how to check Access account balance.
Following the inaction of cashless policy from the Central bank of Nigeria, Access bank among others have stepped to the occasion to make banking more easy, seamless and convenient for its customers.
You may know how stressful it is to follow an ATM queue during working hours. I hate it for many reasons I chose to keep reserved as you would too.
But here’s the thing:
Sounds great right?
Just to sit on the bed, make a couple of transactions from your bedroom without stepping a foot out. Yes, that’s luxurious living especially when money transfer remains discrete.
But back to the main topic at hand:
What You get from the *901# banking made easy:
- Transfer Funds
- Buy Airtime
- Check Balance
- Pay Bills
- Pay Merchants
Before the transfer is approved, you’d have to insert the last four digits of your BVN (very important). This is in fact the deal breaker. Also, for inter money transfer (service charge is N20) while other banks attracts N50 + 2.50 (VAT) charges.
Note: Transfers are only authenticated from the registered number a user opened an account with.
Access Bank Transfer Codes
- Transfer to Access Bank: Dial *901*1*AMOUNT*NUBAN Account Number#
- Transfer to other banks: Dial *901*2*AMOUNT*NUBAN Account Number#. Charge
- For self top-up dial *901*Amount#
- To transfer Airtime to any number Dial *901*2*Amount* Phone number#
Access Balance Enquiry
Yes, you can check your account balance via your mobile device. Follow the steps below and you’ll be able to do so in no time.
Insert the last four digits of your BVN
Wait for some minutes to get balance.
You can pay for your Favorite Tv networks and services like DStv, Swift, Smile, and much more.
Dial *901*3# and follow the instructions that appears.
If there’s any information about the Access Bank Transfer Code which seem confusing, use the comment box to ask for further clarification. Or you can contact the access bank customer support via their official website