All You Need To Know About UBA Mobile Banking Transfer Codes

About UBA

The United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc is one of the fastest-growing banks in Africa and one of the largest in terms of market capitalization, staff strengths, and its number of branches. The Pan-African Bank has evolved over the years and has rebranded to be a force to reckon with in the African financial markets.

The United Bank of Africa is one of the foremost Nigerian Banks, the financial institution was founded in the year 1949. UBA Plc today has its presence in over 20 countries of the world including having its presence in top cities of the world like New York, Paris, and, London.

The company began its operating in the year 1949 with the moniker The British and French Bank Limited (BFB). The group was incorporated on 23rd February 1961.

In the year 2005, UBA completed one of the biggest mergers and acquisitions in the history of the Nigerian capital market by merging with The Standard Chartered Bank. This singular move set the pace for the financial powerhouse to state its intents clearly and sent shock waves across the capital market. This great move was completed under the guidance of The group’s Chairman, Tony Elumelu, and the other top-ranking Board of Directors.

Today, the Pan-African company has its presence in Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, Mali, and, DR Congo amongst others. UBA got listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in 1970 and currently trades with the trade symbol UBA.

The United Bank of Africa (UBA) Plc Chairman is Tony Elumelu while the group’s MD is Kennedy Uzoka.

Headquarters

UBA head office is located in the busy city of Lagos State, Nigeria. The Pan-Africa head office is located at the UBA House, 57 Marina, Lagos State, Nigeria.

UBA Mobile Transfer Codes

With technological advancement and in line with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) cashless policy, customers now prefer the mobile banking transaction than transacting through the Bank’s counters. This is because it saves time and the stress of going to the Bank and the queueing that comes along with transacting through the Bank’s counter.

With this new policy, life is actually made easier as all you need are the stable Internet, data, and sufficient funds in the account balance to complete the transaction that the customer wants to carry out.

UBA mobile transfer code is *919#. With this singular code, the group’s customers’ can complete a lot of transactions online such as subscription of Cable TV, School fees payment, mobile transfers, and purchase of recharge cards amongst others.

How To Use The UBA Mobile Banking Application

Firstly, for a customer to transfer money online, the customer simply needs to download the UBA mobile banking application from the Google Playstore. After downloading the mobile application, the customer is expected to install the downloaded application in his or her device.

The next step is to create an account with the Bank and complete the registration process by visiting the Bank’s customer service center in the Bank aftermath the customer account is ready for use.

For a customer to transfer money to a UBA account, dial *919*3# and follow the onscreen commands while to complete a mobile transfer transaction to other Banks, simply dial *919*4#.

The UBA code to buy airtime is *919*the amount and the #. It’s also imperative to check one’s account balance once in a while. To check the account balance, simply dial *919*00#, then enter your secret pins and your account balance will pop-up on your screen.

In case of any complaints, it’s highly recommended to send the message across to the Bank immediately through their help centers. Kindly send an Email to cfc@ubagroup.com or call +234 1 631 9822 or contact them through their social media handles on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

 

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Author: FMN

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