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One App For All Your Bank USSD Codes: You’ll Never Have To Remember A USSD Code Again

   

If you use mobile banking or USSD codes, in general, then you’ll know how hard it is to remember all those. There are so many of them and the situation is made worse if you are a subscriber on more than one network or you bank with more than one bank. If you are constantly forgetting your bank’s USSD code then you should probably take a look at the ZimBanks USSD Codes application.

Which banks are covered?

The more suitable question would be which banks are not on the list since there are so many of them. The banks/financial institutions that you can the app include:

  • Agribank
  • BancABC
  • Barclays
  • CABS
  • CBZ
  • Ecobank
  • FBC Bank
  • *MBCA
  • Meikles Mycash
  • Metbank
  • NMB
  • POSB – Econet
  • POSB – NetOne/Telecel
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • ZB Bank
  • Stanbic
  • Steward Bank
  • Telecel

*now Nedbank

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That’s a total of 17 USSD codes right there and the only bank that offers commercial banking services that’s not on the list is NBS (which has their)

If you have storage concerns this app will not further add on to those woes. The app is a mere 0.93MB so the only reason for you to avoid this one is if you absolutely don’t need it as you remember your USSD code.

Simple and straightforward but convenient

In the app,  once you select your bank, it then dials your bank’s USSD and you’re taken to the banks USSD menu. It’s a very simple application but it could come in handy if you are forgetful or if you are just starting with mobile banking and your bank doesn’t have a mobile application.


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