In this day and age, sending money to other banks or the same bank is now easier than ever. People send money for different reasons, it could be for business, gifting family and friends or perhaps paying for certain goods/services offline and online. Whatever your reason is, Zenith bank has made the process quicker and seamless via its USSD banking. This post on Naijaknowhow contains the USSD code to transfer money from Zenith Bank to other banks on your mobile device with or without an internet connection on your Android, iOS, feature phone etc.
So there’s is nothing stopping you from doing a money transfer from Zenith Bank to other banks on your mobile device. You can carry out this transaction anywhere and at any time convenient for you.
Zenith Bank now supports a direct mobile transfer of funds on your mobile device, it works on all mobile devices (works on Android, iOS, feature phone etc) with or without an internet connection, all you need to do is to enter the USSD code on the number registered with your Zenith account. Works perfectly on the following networks — (MTN, 9Mobile (formally Etisalat), Glo, Airtel, Ntel, Smile, etc)
Benefits of Using Zenith Bank USSD Transfer Code
- It works for all types of phones.
- It’s super-fast, easy and convenient.
- It does not require an internet connection (data) on your phone to send money.
- It allows you to send money to accounts in any Nigerian bank.
Here’s the USSD Code to Transfer Money From Zenith Bank To Other Banks via Mobile (Zenith Bank Transfer Code)
Zenith Bank USSD Money Transfer Code:
To transfer money from Zenith Bank account to another bank account;
- Kindly dial *966*Amount*AccountNumber# from the phone number you registered with Zenith Bank, then follow the on-screen prompts for transfers. E.g *966*20000*1234567890# to transfer N20,000.
That’s it, we are in the mobile era, a simple USSD code can do an inter or intra money transfer. If you’re having a problem with your USSD Password/PIN, then here is how to reset your PIN.
- To do a PIN reset, all you need to do is simply dial; *966*60# on your mobile phone and follow the on-screen prompts.
Zenith Bank Money Transfer Using App:
Alternatively, you can use Zenith mobile banking application on Android and iOS. It is relatively easy to use. This is helpful when you don’t have access to your registered phone number to process mobile money transfers with a USSD code.
To use the app, simply click here to download the Zenith bank app on Android or iOS. Or download via the buttons below.
Please, if this method didn’t work for you or you’ve hit a brick wall while trying to do it, kindly reach out to your bank’s support team for help.
When faced with a theft or a missing mobile phone, there’s the likelihood of your money being stolen when your SIM card (linked with your bank) can be accessed. Therefore, it’s important that you learn how to deactivate or disable your USSD from your bank to stop this from happening. So how exactly do you go about that?
- Simply dial *966*911# from any phone and follow the prompt.
This unique code stops unauthorized transactions and protects the account holder’s funds in the event of mobile phone, ATM Card or hardware token loss as well as account details compromise.
When you finally resolve the issue of the missing device, you should head over to the nearest Zenith bank to reactivate USSD banking.
More on Zenith Bank USSD Codes
|Airtime Top-Up for Self/Others||*966*Amount*Mobile Number#|
|Transfer to Zenith Account/Others||*966*Amount*Account Number#|
|Pay bills (DSTv and PHCN)||*966*7*Amount*Customer ID#|
|Pay Zenith Billers||*966*6*Biller code*Amount#|
|Reset USSD Password & PIN||*966*60#|
|Deactivate Mobile Banking Profile||*966*20*0#|
|Other Self Service||*966*60#|
There you go! That’s how to send money to other Nigerian banks such as UBA, Fidelity, GTBank, Union etc. using the Zenith Bank transfer code or mobile app method. With Zenith Bank mobile money transfer USSD code, you can transact wise and fast We welcome your comments, questions, corrections and additional information relating to this post.