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UBA Savings Account Registration: How to Open UBA Savings Account

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– UBA Savings Account Registration –

UBA Savings Account Registration: United Bank for Africa (UBA) is one of the most reputable banks in Nigeria having a customer-friendly interface and its advanced and modernized technological approach to making banking in Nigeria easy and fun. UBA Savings Account Registration: How to Open UBA Savings Account

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.

The Central Bank of Nigeria listed it as a commercial bank. They listed the shares of stock of the group on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, where they trade under the symbol UBA. The Group Chairman of the bank is Tony Elumelu and the GMD/CEO is Kennedy Uzoka.

Savings Requirements

1. Completed account opening forms

2. Valid means of identification: National ID, International Passport, Recent Voters card, Drivers license

3. Utility bills not exceeding 3 months

4. 1 passport photograph

5. 2 current account references (If cheque and dividend warrants are to be lodged into the account.


Once you have the aforementioned requirement, you are free to explore the bank and get to enjoy the goodies it offers.

Benefits of Opening A UBA Savings Account

1. Access to the internet and mobile banking

2. Access to a debit card (for ATM and POS transactions)

3. Free network transaction

4. Attractive interest rate

How to Open A UBA Savings Account

1. These can be done online by login to the UBA official website

2. From the menu, click open account

3. Choose account category–savings

4. Fill in all other necessary details

You can also open an account by walking to the nearest UBA bank branches nearest to you.


FAQs on UBA Savings Account Registration

Below are the frequently asked questions on UBA Savings Account Registration

1. How do I activate my UBA transfer code?

Dial * 919 # to trigger your number and obey the on-screen instructions to trigger your number. Get your PIN and start using USSD mobile banking from UBA.

2. What is UBA transaction code?


3. How can I get my UBA transfer PIN without ATM?

Step 1: Dial *919# and follow the steps on screen to activate your number.
Step 2: Get PIN and start using UBA mobile USSD banking.

4. How do I transfer money from my first bank account?

To send money, simply dial *894*Amount*Account Number#; select beneficiary bank; confirm amount, beneficiary name and enter five-digit PIN; then select account to debit

5. What is UBA Magic banking PIN?

To activate and use the UBA mobile banking service without an ATM card, dial the UBA code transfer *919#.
Follow the instructions on the screen to get the PIN to activate UBA mobile USSD banking on your number.

6. Can I transfer money without PIN?

Unfortunately no.

7. Can I transfer without ATM card?

Yes, fund transfers can be made at the bank premises with your local teller without the involvement of your debit card

8. What is the 5 digit PIN for FirstBank Transfer?

The FirstBank 5-digit PIN is also known as “MPin”

9. How can I transfer money by SMS?

Compose an SMS and type IMPS (Interbank Mobile Payment Service) followed by the receiver’s account number, Indian Financial System Code (IFSC) and the amount you want to send.

10. Can you transfer money from one bank to another bank?

Online transfers are a convenient way to move money from one bank account to another

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    1. Damilola says:

      Nice informative write up

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