This tutorial is on how to transfer Airtel money funds from your phone to any bank account in Uganda. If you have been wondering how you could easily go about this process regardless of whether your own an account in the any of the following banks including but not limited to Equity, Centenary, Pride Micro Finance, Opportunity, DFCU, Bank of Africa, Stanbic, NCBank, Finance Trust, Housing Finance, FINCA, KCB, DTB, Orient, GTBank, Barclays and any other, this will help you out.
Please note that the Airtel Money Uganda option does not first require you to have linked up your number, and or signed up for the service at your respective bank. It is an open platform where anyone is able to send money to an account be paying a loan, paying a debt, settling anything, buying goods and services etc.
In order to get started with your Airtel money funds transfer to any of the above mentioned banks, you must follow the following below steps and procedures. The entire how to DIY is simple and legitimate other than it being a hack.
1. Begin by keying or pressing *185# and YES or OK.
2. Reply with option 7 for Financial services.
3. Reply with option 1 for Banks
4. Reply with option your Bank number 1 for Equity, 2 for Centenary and any other number for Pride Micro Finance, Opportunity, DFCU, Bank of Africa, Stanbic, NCBank, Finance Trust, Housing Finance, FINCA, KCB, DTB, Orient, GTBank, Barclays.
5. In case your bank is not listed, Reply with option 9 for next list and chose the same as in 4 above.
6. Reply with option 1 to transfer money to bank account
7. Enter your bank account number
8. Enter the amount you want to transfer
9. Verify information including bank, amount, and transaction fees,
10. Enter your PIN to confirm
You will receive a text notification from the bank of the amount transferred and from Airtel money on the amount you have sent.