The Fidelity Bank transfer code is basically a 5-digit USSD pin that enables any customer of the bank who has a registered phone number with them, conduct simple banking transactions on their mobile phones.
So unlike the Fidelity Mobile banking app, the USSD option doesn’t require you to have an internet connection. Any random “I pass my neighbor”, black and white, blue screened, as fat-as-a-brick cell phone can run that package.
Alright. Now that we’ve gotten that cleared up, to all those Nigerians out there who think transferring money from your Fidelity Bank account to other banks or another bank is all you can do with the transfer code, you’re in for a shocker!
Here are other benefits you get from this service you probably didn’t know (Bullet point No.5 is the best!):
- Easy, simple, fast and convenient
- You can now pay your Bills with ease.
- Change your PIN.
- Check your Balance Enquiry.
- Update your BVN.
- Probably the maddest benefit – You can block your stolen ATM cards.
- Choose SMS and email alerts feature.
- Transaction process is less than 20 seconds
- The Service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- The service is available to Airtel, Etisalat, GLO and MTN subscribers
Also read: How To Register Zenith Bank Transfer Code
They say everything with an advantage also has a disadvantage.
In light of that, here’s also some limitations you get from using this service you probably didn’t know…until now:
- Your daily recharge limit is N20,000 daily
- Your maximum daily transfer limit is N100,000
- Doesn’t require internet, however, it is dependent on full network signal from your telecom provider (sucks if you’re using Glo! Haha!).
Bullet point No.1 is quite reasonable, don’t you think? I really don’t see why they say it’s a limitation.
Unless of course you have containers swimming on the high sea from China, wetin you wan use N20,000 recharge card daily for? It used to be just N5,000 before. What happened to this country?
Fidelity USSD Banking services & charges
Here’s another extra something for y’all. A small reminder that nothing is free in this life…not even to check your Account balance (because why the Hell would it? But hey, at least some of the fees got the Black Friday Memo and offered some discount).
|Service||Old Fee||New Fee|
|Inter bank Transfer||70||50|
Fidelity Bank recharge code: How to buy airtime for yourself, friends & family.
They also say pictures speak louder than words. Do i still need to explain this diagram to you? Okay.
To recharge your phone for yourself, dial *770*AMOUNT#.
To recharge for Mama & Papa and dem dem for Village, dial *770*PHONE*AMOUNT#.
How to create Fidelity bank transfer pin
It’s no news that without first creating your mobile USSD banking pin, you can’t do squat.
So therefore, to create your own unique Fidelidy Bank pin, follow the steps below:
- Dial *770# on your Fidelity Bank registered phone.
- Select 1 from the on-screen command.
- Enter your fidelity bank (NUBAN) account number.
- Next, create your 4-digit PIN to authorize transactions.
- You’re all set! It’s time to get that money to start changing hands.
How to activate Fidelity Bank transfer code
To activate your Fidelity Bank transfer code, once you’ve created your pin as shown above, you activate by testing it out, literally taking the service out for a spin on any of the items in the USSD menu.
For example, you could activate it by attempting to transfer to another bank as shown in the next sub heading below…
Fidelity transfer code to another bank: How to transfer from Fidelity bank to other banks.
Relax, it’s a piece of cake.
To transfer money from Fidelity bank to other Nigerian banks, To transfer funds, dial *770*ACCOUNT*AMOUNT#.
For example, if you need to send N250,000 to that your fine girlfriend’s account and that account number happens to be 0123456789, dial *770*0123456789*250000#.
Fidelity Bank balance code: How to check account balance.
To check your bank account balance or make a balance inquiry from the comfort of your mobile phone, the Fidelity Bank balance code is *770*0#. Dial it and just follow the instructions.
Now your turn
What problems did you run into while trying to create and activate your Transfer pin or code? What issues arose when you tried to recharge?
If any, comment below and we’ll help you out. Nevertheless, if it worked just fine, also let us know in the comments area.