Your account number is a specific set of numbers that are usually 10 digits that are linked directly with your banking account.
It is with this set of numbers that people can send you money. Each personal account has a different account number. So no one else has your account number.
Since the innovation and growth in the Fintech industry, the way we bank has changed and has become more flexible, easy, and accessible to everyone. One of the improvements in the banking industry is that it allows for ease in accessing a user’s account.
An example is checking your account number, instead of going to the banking hall each time you’re not sure or want to send it to someone, you can easily check it on your mobile device, either by SMS, USSD code, or internet banking and on the mobile app.
Banks, old and new, in the attempt to always be in key with the world’s movement, keyed into the latest development in banking and GTBank was not left out.
How To Check My GTBANK Account Number With Phone
Before one can perform any banking transaction or inquiry via their mobile phone, the phone number used to create the account number is actively linked to your GTBank account number.
For channels like USSD, you will need to register using *737#. And once you’ve registered your phone number will be linked meaning USSD-related transactions can now be carried out. You can now easily check your GTBank account number via SMS or USSD codes.
How to Check Your GTBank Account Number Via USSD
With the introduction of USSD codes to the banking sector, owners of bank accounts have found it easier to participate in the banking experience without the stress and discomfort of going to the banking hall to queue up before their business can be handled.
The USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) has proven to be very effective, especially amongst the older generation, and people at the grassroots. It has also reduced the number of people who go to the bank to queue. Because now, with your mobile device simple transactions like;
- Checking Account Number
- Paying bills
- Buying and sending airtime
- Transferring money
- Opening a bank account can be done.
Note: Each bank has their unique USSD code
To check your GTBank Account number using USSD
- Dail *737*6*1#
- A message welcoming you to USSD Banking and a note explaining that you will be charged a network fee that will be applied to your bank account will pop up. As well as two options to pick from; either you proceed or you cancel
- Selecting Proceed, a pop-up asking you to input your 737 PIN to confirm will be displayed
- A pop-up carrying the details of your account number and your name will be displayed on your screen.
How to Check Your GTBank Account Number by SMS
As far as internet and mobile banking go, this is by far the easiest way to check your account number from your GTBank. With short, easy and very friendly user steps, you can get your GTBank account number.
So if you misplaced or forgot your account number details and you can’t go to the bank to retrieve them, don’t worry. Because by sending a simple and short SMS, your account number will be quickly available. You won’t have to move an inch.
To check your GTBank account number details via SMS send My Account to 08076665555. Send it like you’d send a message to someone you’re familiar with.
When sending the message make sure to send it via the Sim card which you used to register the account. That is the phone number GTBank will recognize as yours.
Once sent, your 10-digit account number will be sent like an SMS from GTBank.
How to Check Your Account Number Via GTBank Mobile App
The mobile app of any bank works only on smartphones. Unlike SMS and USSD codes that can be used on any kind of mobile device, Mobile apps can only work on mobile devices that support them.
The mobile banking app is all-encompassing. You can carry out any form of transaction on it. You can save beneficiaries for money transfers and airtime transfers, school fees payments, Remita payments and so on.
In creating an account with GTBank, customers are required to fill out a form with their details, one of which is their email address.
It is to this email address that certain private details and key information like your GTBank app login details are sent.
Using the details you can log into your mobile app change your password and you’re good to go
Your GTBank account number can be found on the first page once access to your mobile app has been granted.
Checking your account number using any of the above mediums is easy, fast and very safe.