Unity Bank Nigeria Internet Banking, Transfer Codes And Branches

A flagship institution of the Unity Bank Group, Unity Bank Nigeria is a commercial bank that offers credit cards, loans, mortgages, investments, and savings to the public.

The bank was founded in January 2006 by nine financial organizations resourced in all forms of banking operations ranging from investment to retail and corporate banking. The bank began operation in the same year and is today, one of the mega commercial banks in Nigeria.

Unity Bank Nigeria Internet Banking

Convenience is the biggest advantage of internet banking. With the Unity Bank Nigeria internet banking, customers carry out a whole lot of transactions online without having to visit the banking hall.

For what’s worth, transactions on the bank’s internet platform are very secure, easy to carry out, and time-friendly. But before a customer launches an activity on the service, he is required to register with the bank first in order to have a successful operation.

Registration on Unity Bank internet banking is very easy to carry out. The process only requires a token and an IVR profile. If you do not have an IVR profile, you can get one by calling the customer care centre to create one for you or you can also get one by self-enrolment. The same applies to Unity Bank token, kindly visit one of the bank’s branches to apply for one.

Once you have your token and IVR profile, quickly commence registration by clicking here or simply dial *7799# on your mobile phone. Follow the on-screen instruction, generate your PIN and password, after which you can start using Unity Bank internet banking.

Unity Bank Transfer Codes

Gone are the days when people spend hours in the banking hall just to make a transfer from one account or bank to another. In this generation, fund transfer is one of the simplest transaction anyone can make – both from the comfort of his home and elsewhere.

Like most banks, Unity Bank boasts a very efficient online transfer system. The bank’s mobile transfer code is basically designed to allow clients to perform transactions via USSD or SMS anytime, any day.

The mobile transfer platform also offers customers the opportunity to transfer funds within a self-linked account, view and download statement of account, make an interbank transfer, make a transfer to a third party within Unity Bank, and maintain regular beneficiaries.

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To maximize the online platform, all you need is a duly completed and signed application, a fast internet, and an internet-enabled device. In addition to the privacy that the mobile transfer service provides, it is simple and easy to use, keeps the user in charge of his account, and gives 27/7 access to customers.

To Transfer Money On Unity Bank Mobile Transfer Code

1. Dial *389*215# on your phone.

2. Follow the on-screen prompts.

NB: The bank accepts only the number registered with it on the day you created your bank account. If the number is no longer active, kindly visit the nearest Unity Bank branch and add your new number to your profile. Once you do this, you are eligible to use the bank’s online banking platform with your new number.

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Unity Bank Nigeria

To Buy Airtime From Unity Bank:

1. Dial *389*215*amount#. For example, *389*215*800#

To Check Your Unity Bank Account Balance:

1. Simply dial *389*215# on your phone

2. Follow the on-screen prompts

NB: For a faster transaction, you can install the Unity Mobile app on your phone. With it, you can easily transfer money to any bank of your choice and check your account balance as well.

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Unity Bank Nigeria Branches

As a leading commercial bank, Unity Bank has over 240 branches in Nigeria. The bank is headquartered in two major areas in Lagos State, Nigeria. They can be located at Plot 42, Ahmed Onibudo Street, Victoria Island (Telephone: +234 (0) 7080666030) or at Unity Bank Plc, Plot 290A, Akin Olugbade Street, Lagos State (Telephone: 01-4619201-4,01-2703321-47080666030).

The bank’s offices can also be found in the following states.

Abia State

Abuja FCT

Adamawa State

Akwa Ibom State

Bauchi State

Bayelsa State

Benue State

Borno State

Cross River State

Delta State

Ebonyi State

Edo State

Ekiti State

Enugu State

Gombe State

Imo State

Jigawa State

Kaduna State

Kano State

Katsina State

Kebbi State

Kogi State

Kwara State

Lagos State

Nasarawa State

Niger State

Ogun State

Ondo State

Osun State

Oyo State

Plateau State

Rivers State

Sokoto State

Taraba State

Yobe State

Zamfara State


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