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UBA Bank Transfer Code (*919#) How to Use UBA Magic Banking

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Would you love to learn about UBA mobile banking? In this article, I will be discussing UBA Mobile banking. You will learn how to use UBA transfer codes to make transactions. This is a short service platform that allows you as a UBA account holder to manage your account using your mobile phone.

UBA Bank Transfer Code (*919#), How to Use UBA Magic Banking

About UBA

United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA), is a Nigerian pan-African financial services group headquartered in Lagos. It has subsidiaries in 20 African countries and offices in London, Paris, and New York. It is listed as a commercial bank by the Central Bank of Nigeria.

The shares of stock of the group are listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, where they trade under the symbol: UBA. The Chairman of the Bank is Tony Elumelu and the GMD is Kennedy Uzoka.

UBA History

Founding (1948)

1948 The British and French Bank Limited (BFB) commenced business in Nigeria. BFB was a subsidiary of Banquet National de Credit (BNCI) Paris, which transformed its London branch into a separate subsidiary called the British and French Bank.

Also, with shares held by Banque Nationale de Credit and two British investment firms: S.G. Warburg and Company and Robert Benson and Company

Incorporation (1961)

Following Nigeria’s independence from Britain, UBA was incorporated on 23rd, February 1961 to take over the business of BFB. UBA eventually listed its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE)

IPO (1970)

UBA eventually listed its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, in 1970 and became the first Nigerian Bank to subsequently undertake an Initial Public Offering (IPO)

Mergers (1990 – 2006)

Information about UBA: Today’s UBA emerged from the merger of the dynamic and fast-growing Standard Trust Bank, incorporated in 1990, and UBA, one of the biggest and oldest banks in Nigeria.

The merger was consummated on August 1, 2005; one of the biggest mergers done on the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE).

Following that merger, UBA went ahead to acquire Continental Trust Bank in the same year, further expanding the UBA brand. UBA also subsequently acquired Trade Bank in 2006 which was under liquidation by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

Public Offering and Further Acquisitions (2007 – 2008)

UBA had another successful combined public offering rights issue in 2007 and made further banking acquisitions of three liquidated banks namely; City Express Bank, Metropolitan Bank, and African Express Bank The bank also acquired Afrinvest UK, rebranding it UBA Capital, UK.

The quest to build a strong domestic and African brand intensified in 2008 when UBA made further acquisitions of two liquidated banks, Gulf Bank and Liberty Bank.

Establishment of Subsidiaries (2008 – Present)

UBA has been intensifying its African footprint with the establishment of UBA Cameroon, UBA Cote d’Ivoire, UBA Uganda, UBA Sierra Leone, and UBA Liberia as well as the acquisition of a 51% interest in Banque Internationale du Burkina Faso.

Also, it was the largest bank in the country with 40% market share. Currently, UBA has 20 African subsidiaries.

UBA Bank Transfer Code

UBA (United Bank of Africa) now support a direct mobile transfer of funds on your mobile device, it works on all mobile device (works on Android, iOS, Windows, feature phones etc) with or without internet.

Benefits of Using UBA Mobile Transfer Code

  • It works for all phone types
  • It does not require data on your phone to send money
  • Fast and convenient
  • It allows you to send money to accounts in any Nigerian bank
  • It allows for higher transaction limits of up to N1m per day

To get started, all you need is a registered SIM from any network in Nigeria (MTN, Etisalat (now 9Mobile), Glo, Airtel, Ntel, Smile, etc) linked with an actively funded UBA bank account.

Afterward, you can then enter the UBA bank transfer code on the number registered with your UBA account.

How to Use UBA Magic Banking

To transfer money from UBA account to other bank accounts;

  1. Dial *919*,
  2. Select 5 to send money,
  3. Choose payment method i.e. select 1 for UBA Account or 2 for UBA Prepaid Card,
  4. If you are unregistered, select 1 to register and continue with the rest of the steps,
  5. Follow the options thereafter to complete the transfer successfully.

Or you can use the code directly by dialing *919*4# or *919*4*account number*amount#.

All UBA Mobile Banking Codes

Transaction Type Magic Banking Code
Check balance *919*00#
Top-Up for Self *919*Amount#
Top-Up for Others *919* Phone number* Amount#
Transfer to UBA Account *919*3*account number*amount#
Load UBA Prepaid Card *919*32#
Transfer to Other banks *919*4*account number*amount#
Pay bills *919*5#
ATM cardless withdrawal *919*30*Amount#

Alternatively, you can transfer money using the UBA Mobile App at your own convenience. To use this, download and install the application on your smartphones. This method is effective when you are experiencing problems with using the transfer code or you misplaced the number you registered with your UBA bank account.

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