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How To Transfer Money From Keystone Bank To other Banks

A simple guide on how to send money from your Keystone Bank account with USSD Code and how to check your account balance.

The Keystone Bank transfer Code has made transactions very easy for Keystone Bank Account holders in Nigeria, with this Code, you can transfer money from Keystone Bank to other Banks in Nigeria on your mobile phone.
So if you want to know how to do this, follow the guide below.

How To Transfer Money With Keystone Bank Transfer Code

Before you can use Keystone Bank Money Transfer Code on your phone, you must have registered your number for mobile money transfer. Interestingly, the number you used when creating your account with Keystone Bank has been activated for Keystone Bank Mobile Money Transfer.

To transfer money from Keystone Bank Account to other Banks in Nigeria, Simply Dial *322*082# on your mobile phone and Follow the on-screen instruction. It is that simple.

Must Read: All Nigerian Banks USSD Money Transfer codes and How to use them

Uses of Keystone Bank USSD Codes

  • Balance inquiry
  • Airtime top-up (Airtel, Glo, MTN, Etisalat, and Visafone)
  • Bank transfers to own account or any other Keystone Bank account (intrabank)
  • Bank transfers to other Bank (interbank)
  • Payment of bills (DSTV, Startimes TV, etc.)
  • Merchant payment (PHCN, Internet services, Arik, Aero & Dana airlines ticket booking, etc.)
  • PIN change

How to check your Keystone Account Balance

Now that you know how Keystone Bank Mobile Banking works, you can as well check your Keystone Bank Account, pay electricity bills, and recharge your phone.

To get started, you will need to get the Keystone Bank Mobile app which is available on blackberry World, Apple Stone, and Google Playstore.

Alternatively, you can get the Keystone Mobile app by calling their customer care at 070 8060 5000, 01 448 5742, or emailing us at All Keystone mobile Banking solutions have been incorporated into the app.

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