GTBank Transfer Code 2020: Steps To Send Money To Other Banks in Nigeria/Gt bank

Gtbank transfer code 2020, new methods to transfer money from gtbank to other banks or another gtbank account in Nigeria using your phone.

The Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) is a first class Nigerian commercial bank known for delivering quality financial services to its customers.

Due to the limited number of customers who have access to the internet, the financial institution came up with the initiative of using a USSD short code for mobile transactions.

Gtbank transfer code 2020

This service does not require an internet connection, but requires airtime and a phone network signal. It can be done with a mobile phone, with a phone number connected to a GTBank account.

If you are here, you probably don’t know how to transfer funds from your GTBank account, or you have forgotten it, don’t worry, I will teach you how to transfer funds within 10 seconds by using the GTBank transfer code.

What is the Guaranty Trust Bank transfer code?

The GTBank transfer and short .code is *737#.

However, this code doesn’t work for mobile transfers alone. It can also be used to :

  • purchase airtime/data,
  • pay bills,
  • TV subscriptions,
  • open account,
  • check account balance and a lot more.

Today, we will be focusing on the transfer aspect. This article will teach you how to transfer money from gtbank to any bank account in Nigeria within 10 seconds. All you have to do is to read this post to the end.

Features of the *737# transfer code

Below are the features of the *737# gtb transfer service;

  1. It works with phone numbers registered with GTBank.
  2. It is subject to phone network signal.
  3. Money is deducted directly from you GTBank account.
  4. Transaction requires your 4-digit PIN.
  5. Daily transaction limit of N1 million.

What makes me eligible to use the GTBank Transfer code?

Before you can complete any transaction with the short code, your phone number has to be tied with your GTBANK account number.

In addition to this, you must also create a transaction PIN to complete your 737 transactions (including transfers). Your transaction PIN will be a 4-digit number exclusively known to you.

You are advised to not to use your birth details, as it makes it easier for fraudsters to have access to your account.

Now let’s go into how to create a GTBank transaction PIN, by following this simple procedure below:

  • Make sure you have airtime on your GTBank registered mobile number.
  • Dial *737*5#.
  • Select option 1(create PIN- debit card).
  • Input the last 6 digits of your debit card number.
  • Finally, create your 4-digit PIN.

Upon successful creation; to complete any 737 transaction, you will be asked to provide your 4-digit PIN, so do well not to forget it.

How to transfer money to a GTBank account

To transfer money from your GTBank account to another GTBank account, there are two simple methods you can use. The two processes involve the 737 code but one is faster than the other.

Using the first method:

  • Dial*737*1*amount*GTBank account number#. (Make sure you are using the phone number you registered with GTBank).
  • Input your 4-digit PIN and send.
  • No commission will be deducted.

Using the second method:

  • Dial *737#. (Make sure you are using the phone number you registered with GTBank).
  • Select option 4( trsf-GTB).
  • Enter the amount you want to send.
  • Enter recipient’s account number.
  • You will be required to provide your 4-digit PIN to authenticate the transaction.
  • No commission will be deducted here too.

How to transfer money from gtbank to another Nigerian Bank account

To transfer funds from your GTBank account, to another Nigerian bank  account e.g first bank, access bank. two methods are also available. Like the previous section, they both involve the 737 short code.

Using the first method:

  • Dial *737*2*amount*account number#. (Make sure you are using your GTBank registered phone number.
  • Select the Nigerian bank that you want to transfer funds to.
  • Enter your 4-digit PIN to validate the transfer.
  • A commission+VAT of N10.75 will be deducted from your bank account balance upon successful transfer of funds.

Using the second method:

  • Dial *737#. Ensure you are using your GTBank registered mobile number.
  • Select option 5(trsf-others).
  • Enter the amount you want to transfer.
  • Enter recipient’s account number.
  • Select recipient’s commercial bank.
  • Input your 4-digit PIN to approve the transfer.

Benefits of the 737 transfer code

  1. It is a convenient way to send money. You can transfer funds without needing to go to a bank for deposit.
  2. The service is available 24/7. You can use it anytime.
  3. It does not require an internet connection. You don’t need to buy a data bundle to make use of the service.
  4. The process is very fast. It takes a maximum of 10 seconds.

How do I reactivate My GTBank account, so I can transfer money?

In case you have an inactive account or a deactivated GTBank account, if you want to use the 737 transfer service, you have to reactivate your account first.

To reactivate your GTBank account, follow these 4 easy steps:

  1. Simply dial *737*11# on your mobile number, registered with the bank.
  2. Input your Bank Verification Number (BVN).
  3. Input account officer code(if you know it) or press 1 to continue.
  4. To complete your account reactivation, initiate a transaction by buying at least N100 airtime.
  5. After doing this, you can now be able to transfer funds to any bank account in Nigeria, via the 737 code.

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