Updated: How To Use New GTBank Transfer USSD Code – 737

GTBank Transfer Code which is 737 lets you perform different banking transactions as a GTBank account holder right from your mobile phone without an internet connection. This means that you can also make use of the service on feature phones – a phone that doesn’t have internet connectivity. You can do a whole lot of banking transactions with the 737 services. You can check your account balance, Transfer funds, Airtime, and Data Top Up, Bills Payment among other.

How To Use GTBank Transfer USSD Code; 737

For you to be able to make use of the GTBank Transfer Code you’ll first have to make sure that the phone number you’re about to use is the same one linked to your GTBank account. Once that is sorted out, you can now go ahead and follow the steps below.

To Transfer Funds from your GTBank account to another GTBank Account, simply dial *737 *1 *Amount *NUBAN Account No#. For example, *737 *1 *10000 *0987654321#

To Transfer Funds from your GTBank Account to Other banks, Simply dial *737 *2 *Amount *NUBAN Account No#. For example, *737 *2 *10000 *0986745231#

To Check your Account Balance, Simply dial *737#, then follow the on-screen prompts to check your GTBank account balance.

To Buy Airtime For your line, dial *737*Amount#. For example, *737*1000#. To Buy from a third-party, dial *737*amount*recipient’s number#. For example, *737*1000*08011223344#. Note – Daily recharge limit is N1000.

NOTE: the above methods have seized to work. The new GTBand USSD code is *737*73#. In order to transfer from GTBank to GTBank, or to other banks, just dial the new code and follow the steps. You will be welcomed with an advert, ignore it, and reply with “1” to continue.

All transactions use either the last 4 digits of your Debit Card Number or the *737# PIN for authentication depending on the transaction.


GTBank Transfer Code is a very easy and convenient way to transact on the go. Feature phones, as well as Smartphones, can carry out banking transactions without the need for an internet connection. Have questions about any of the codes up there or don’t know how to go about it? Do let us know by dropping a comment down below in the comment section.

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