How To Transfer Money From GTBank Account To Other Banks

GTBank Transfer code

The GTBank transfer code feature has made banking transactions much easier. Learn more about the different ways you can transfer money from your GTB account without living your comfort zone? It is so easy. Do stick around, I will show you simple ways to transfer money from your GTBank account to other banks, accounts in GTBank and accounts in other banks anywhere in Nigeria.

Guaranty Trust Bank also know as GTB was founded in 1990 and till today, is among the top leading banks in Nigeria. GTBank has well over 231 branches, 17 Cash Centres, 18 e-branches, 41 GTExpress locations and more than 1165 ATM in Nigeria.

Today GTB has introduced beautiful banking methods that ease off the stress of visiting the bank. One of such methods is the GtBank Transfer code features and others that I am about to show you.

How to transfer funds from your GTB bank account

Using the GTB USSD code feature (Bank737)

 

The GTBank Transfer code (USSD code) feature is a beautiful way of enhancing your banking experience. It is commonly known as Bank737 and borders on your knowledge of the *737# code system. This system works on all kinds of mobile phones (Windows, iPhone, Android etc). GTBank Transfer code

I will show you the *737# code method of transferring funds; do read on.

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How to get started

You do not require to register for this service. all you need is:

  • You must own a GT Bank account
  • A mobile device of any kind
  • You must ensure you use the phone number listed and linked to your bank account for a successful transaction

How to transfer from your account using the GTB USSD code feature

To transfer money from your GT bank account to another GTB bank account:

  • Dial *737*1* Amount *Account number #
  • You will also receive an onscreen prompt stating the recipient’s account name for you to verify before you authenticate the transaction
  • An onscreen prompt will be displayed requesting you input the last 4 digits of your GTB ATM card to authenticate the transaction.
  • If successful, you will receive a debit alert instantly stating that your transaction was successful.

To transfer funds from your GTBank account to other bank accounts in Nigeria

  • Dial *737*2* Amount*account number#
  • An onscreen prompt will be displayed requesting you choose the recipient’s bank
  • You will also receive an onscreen prompt stating the recipient’s account name for you to verify before you authenticate the transaction
  • After that, you will be asked to input the last 4 digits of your GTB ATM card to authenticate the transaction
  • once successful, you will receive a debit alert stating that your transfer is complete.

GTBank Transfer code

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Limitations of the GTB USSD code service

  • You can transfer from N1000 to a maximum of N200,000 daily
  • It works only on the phone number linked to your GT bank account
  • You will be charged N20 for transfer to GTB accounts and N50 to other bank accounts
  • It is open to all GTB personal account holders

Other Benefits of the GTB USSD code service

  • You can open a new GTB account with ease
  • Reactivate your account
  • Airtime and Data top up with ease
  • You can check your GTB account balance
  • You can also withdraw money from any Total Service station using this feature
  • Bill payments with ease
  • You can check your ATM card status

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Other ways to transfer funds from your GTB bank account

  1. You can also use the GTB mobile banking feature to transfer your funds from your bank account
  2. You can also use the GTBank Internet banking feature, go to this page to learn more.

Do ensure you join the moving train, by enjoying this new feature. I hope it works for you and ensures you work smarter. If you need further information, place a comment below.

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