GTBank Reduces their 737 Transaction fee from N100 to N40

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GTBank Reduces their 737 Transaction fee from N100 to N40
Posted on: February 14, 2018, 12:31:10 AM
GTBank recently sent a message to my phone informing me of the new changes on their transaction fees and charges when using their self-banking short-code *737# and am sure you might have gotten your own message by now if you have an account with GTBank.

This will surely be a good news to GTBank customers as they only need to pay N40 transaction convenient fee instead of N100 and I personally commend GTBank for taking such move.

The GTBank short-code (737) is a perfect and most secure way to get things done conveniently like transferring money from one account to the other, checking your account balance and paying for other product and service.

There was a time when I don't like using the GTBank short-code because I don't like how they charge me for any single transaction carried out using the 737 short card especially charging N10 for checking my account balance.

What do you think about this move by GTBank?

I don't know what you think about this recent change from GTBank but for me, they really have to reduce the transaction convenient fee because there are other means of sending money from one account to the other without paying up to N100.

Quickteller updated their transaction convenient fee long ago, reducing their charges from N100 to N52 but now GTBank did something more interesting by reducing their own convenient fee to N40 which is good

I Prefer using Quickteller over GTBank shortcodes because of their convenient charges but now I don't have any reason not to use the GTBank official shortcode since i don't need to pay more to send money to anyone.

Finally, What happened to GTBank is an example of what happened between GLO data service and other telecoms in Nigeria, GLO, because someone else needs to make a move while others follows.



 

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