How To Transfer Money From Gtbank To Other Banks In Simple Steps

One frequent question we often see from GTB customers is “how to transfer money from GTBank to other banks.” So in this article, I will walk you through all you should know about transferring money from GTB to any other bank or microfinance bank accounts in Nigeria.

We will also look at how to transfer from GTB to kuda and other banks online.


How To Transfer From GTB To Other Bank

So if Ali wants to transfer money from his GTB bank account to a friend using Access bank, he has several options to go about it. Here’s how to transfer money from GTBank to other banks.

  1. Transfer with USSD Code
  2. Make a transfer from the mobile app.
  3. Transfer through a POS agent.
  4. Use the transfer option on the automated teller machine (ATM)


1. Transfer With USSD Code

Transferring with USSD is a great option for everyone, especially those who use a small phone (phones without internet).

The GTB USSD code is *737#. But before you can use it, you have to first create a pin (I’d you haven’t done so before).

To create the pin, you need your registered phone number (the one you used for your account opening and your GTB ATM card.

How To Create A 737 Pin?

  1. Dial *737#
  2. Click “9” (next).
  3. Click “3” (pin).
  4. Click “2” (create pin no debit card).
  5. Enter your ten-digit account number.
  6. Enter your date of birth.
  7. Enter your desired four-digit pin.
  8. Verify your pin. 

Once you confirm your details, you would’ve successfully created your 737 pin.


Now that you have your pin, let’s look at how to transfer money from GTBank to other banks using the USSD code.

  1. Dial *737#
  2. Select “5” (Transfers others)
  3. Input the amount you want to transfer (it must be more than a hundred naira)
  4. Type in the recipient’s account number.
  5. Choose the recipient’s bank
  6. Verify the recipient’s account details on the screen.
  7. Then complete the transaction.

If you followed these instructions carefully you would have successfully transferred money from GTB to another bank using USSD.


Facts About GTB USSD Transfer

1. You don’t need a smartphone for it to work. Any phone that allows USSD would do provided you have the right phone number and follow the processes listed above.

2. You don’t need to be connected to the internet for the USSD transfer to work. USSD doesn’t use internet services. We will also look at how to transfer money from GTBank to other banks using the app next.


What If You misplaced the 737 Pin?

In such a case, you can easily reset your pin following these steps. Just ensure you have the registered phone number.

  1. Dial *737#
  2. Click “9” (next)
  3. Click “3” (pin)
  4. Click “4” (change pin no debit card)
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions to change your pin. 


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2. Transfer Money From GTB To Other Banks Online Using The GTB App.

To transfer money online you need the GTBank mobile app. First, download the app to your smartphone from the Google Play Store or Apple Store.

Once it’s installed, select “Sign Up” to create your login information (User ID and password) for the app. You’ll need your GTB ATM card to complete the signup process.


 How to transfer money from GTBank to other banks using the app.

 1. Navigate to the second page of the app’s dashboard and choose “Make Money.”

 2. Then choose “Transfer.”

 3. Choose the recipient’s bank.

 4. Input the beneficiary’s account number and the amount to be sent.

 5. Click ‘Continue’ to complete the transaction.

You should get a message confirming that the money has been sent successfully.


 3. How to Transfer Money From GTBank To Other Banks Using Your ATM.

It’s also possible to transfer money from GTB to other banks from an ATM following the steps below.

 1. Go to an ATM and insert your GTB ATM Card.

 2. Select your favorite language.

 3. To proceed, input your card PIN and click ‘Yes.’

 4. Next, select “Fund Transfer” from the bottom right corner of the ATM screen.

 Enter the bank and account number for the beneficiary.

 6. Choose whether you’re transferring to a savings or current bank account.

 7. Click “Next” after entering the amount you want to transfer. To validate the amount that you entered, click ‘Yes.’

 Typically you’ll be shown the recipient’s name and bank account number.

8. Confirm that it’s correct to complete the transaction.

The funds will be successfully sent to the recipient in minutes or hours. A ‘time out’ notice will appear if a transaction wasn’t completed.

Note: Some ATM would require that you use Quickteller. In that case, choose Quickteller on the screen, then choose the “Transfer” option and follow the prompts to complete the transfer.


4. How You Can Transfer Money From GTB to Any Other Banks Via POS

This is very straightforward. Simply go to a POS operator and tell them you want to transfer money from GTBank to another account. You’ll give them the said amount and additional charges. Then they will make the transfer to any account you want.

For example, if you are looking to send ₦5,000 to a friend using UBA. You’ll give the POS operator ₦5,000 and an additional ₦100 to ₦200 as charges.

Ensure to wait for confirmation before you leave.


Conclusion: So that’s How to transfer money from GTBank to other banks. The USSD and app transfer are the most popular because of the convenience of not leaving your home.

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