HOW TO OPEN A GTBANK ACCOUNT WITH YOUR MOBILE PHONE WITHOUT INTERNET
The proponent of the statement “the world is a global village”, must probably have seen the future. Back in the 90’s who would had probably thought of a scenario where one would be at his comfort zone and perform bank transactions online and offline without having to go through the rigorous processes of queuing up in the bank premises and being treated like I’m being offered a favour for something that would most probably benefit the bank the most! Yes, it would benefit the bank because of the so-called bank charges being levied on my account.
I heaved a huge sigh of relief when GTbank came up with this beautiful innovation! It’s actually long overdue but it’s still a welcome development.
The process of opening a GTbank account is quite simpler than anyone would assume. I will be taking you through the extremely brief steps.
HOW TO OPEN A GTBANK ACCOUNT WITH YOUR PHONE
Simply dial *737*0# and follow the onscreen prompts. An account number will be created automatically and sent to you via SMS. Account opening forms are NOT required for the signup process. Once you sign up, look out for your ten-digit account number Nigerian Uniform Bank Account Number (NUBAN). You can also use your phone number as your account number at GTBank branches, GT Express outlets.
That’s all! Are you surprised? Yes it’s that easy and self-explanatory
The Benefits accrued to this form of opening an account using your phone are as follows:
- One time visit for authentication and BVN linking
- Open an account without completing any form.
- Save on a daily, weekly or monthly basis at a yearly interest rate of 3.9%.
- Deposit and withdraw money at GTBank branches, GTExpress locations.
There are conditions attached to this are as follows:
- Maximum deposit per transaction is N20,000
- Maximum account balance is N200,000
- No airtime or data needed to open an account
With this, you can do all your transfers at the comfort of your home and gladly without having to go through internet wahala! Yes it is done offline! Thumbs up to GTBank.
I hope this was helpful!