Money transfer is one of the basic bank transaction that one cannot do without and each banks have transfer limit for their customers, preventing then from transferring more than a specific amount even if they need to do that in hurry and hence, there is need to know how to increase transfer limit on GTB 737 and other GTB banking channels.
Today, I am going to show you how to increase transfer limit on GTB mobile app and other channels that can be used for funds transfer, if you didn’t forget, I revealed the GTBank transfer code and how to use it for transactions in our previous guide.
If you have been searching for ways to increase your transfer limit on GTB 737 banking, then I am glad to have you here as this article is going to provide the required solution to the identified problem.
GTBank Transfer Limit
This is the basic information you should know about the GTBank mobile banking before thinking of 737 transfer limit increase, if you know the maximum transfer limit, that’s when you will know if you need to increase it or not.
As at the moment of writing this guide, the transfer limit on the GTB mobile app is pegged at two million naira for savings account on a daily basis, while the maximum transfer limit for checking account is pegged at five million naira.
This implies that you cannot transfer more than two million naira and five million naira respectively on a single day, once you reached the two million naira/five million naira for a specific day, you will have to wait for another day to initiate another transaction on Money transfer to be precise.
This is where the issue and needs for a solution comes from, if you know that your transaction on a daily basis is not more than two million naira and five million naira respectively, kindly continue using your app like that, but if you know that your daily transactions is always above that or about to suppers that limit, keep reading this guide to see how to increase transfer limit on GTBank mobile app and 737
How To Increase Transfer Limit On GTB Mobile App
For you to increase your GTBank transfer limit, you must have been using the GTB mobile banking app before and if you don’t have the app installed on your phone before, simply go to play store or iOS store and get the app installed on your phone.
Open the app and sign up for the mobile banking services, it’s very easy and you will be able to follow the prompts once you opened the app.
The next thing now is to get the GTB hardware token, this is the only way you can increase your transfer limit on the GTBank mobile app. You’re wondering how to get the hardware token, don’t worry, just keep reading!
How To Get GTB Hardware Token
Only your bank authorities can issue the hardware token for you and as a result of this, you will need to visit the nearest branch of GTBank in your area, approach any of their customer care representative and table your request, the token will be issued to you with the detailed information on how to use it.
The hardware token is trusted and have a better and high level security and with the token, you will be able to transfer up to five million naira per day using your savings account.
However, you can also increase GTB daily transaction limit without the hardware token, all you have to do is to visit ant other nearest GTBANK branch in your area and tell the customer care representative that you want to increase your daily Transfer limit.
You will be given a form to fill, fill the form appropriately and return it to the customer service for proper input and documentation.
How To Increase Transfer Limit On GTB 737
The transfer limit on GTB 737 is relatively low when you don’t have an active atm card and as Soon as you renew your expired ATM card or request for one for the first time, the transfer limit will be increased automatically.
However, if you are still not pleased with the limit after activating your ATM card, you can visit the nearest branch of GTBank in your area for further increase of your GTB 737 transfer limit.
GTB *737# Banking Vs GTBank Mobile Banking
The GTBank 737 banking is the same thing as the USSD banking and can also be referred to as the GTB offline banking method and I know you might be eager to know what they have in common and what the lack as compared to each other.
In this section of how to increase transfer limit on GTB 737, I have decided to compare and contrast the both banking method to each other so that you can have a better picture of what they are up to.
GTBank USSD code banking is one of the Two banking method that allows you to perform basic transactions on your bank account at the comfort of your home. With the GTB USSD code banking, you can perform transactions anytime and anywhere you’re and you don’t need internet connection to use the banking system.
With the USSD code, you can perform transaction on any type of phone, be it smart phone or feature phones.
The mobile app banking is only available on smartphones and required internet connection and little data for the mobile app to be accessible for you.
Both method are simple and make transactions seamlessly easier for everyone but one required data and one did not.
How Much Is The GTB Charges Per Transaction
There is no stable amount of what the bank deduct as charges on your transaction, the higher the amount of the money being transferred, the higher the charges.
For example, if you transfer any amount between 1000 to 5000 Naira, you will be charged N10 for the transfer and a VAT of 75kb making N10.75 for transactions below five thousand naira.
If your transfer is above five thousand naira you will be charged a total sum of N25 and N50 of the transferred amount is More than ten thousand naira.
Conclusion: Above is the detailed information on how to increase transfer limit on GTB 737 and GTBank mobile app as well, this guide doesn’t show you how to increase transfer limit on GTBank mobile app alone, it also explained all you need to know about the transfer limit, how to use it and the best to me to increase it.
However, if you need any confidential help or need to increase your GTBank transfer limit beyond what is discussed in this guide, kindly visit the nearest GTBank branch in your area and table your request.