Here you can find out exactly how to move credit to 9mobie (etisalat), which is, of course, an important practice in which virtually every client indulges. 9mobile is a telecommunication giant that commands millions of customers worldwide, formerly Etisalat. As simple as certain tasks can seem, you may never be able to execute them if you don’t know what codes are required to perform them.
Before we move on, take note that from 9mobile to 9mobile, you can only shift credit (airtime). In other words, you are not allowed to transfer to MTN, Glo, Airtel or any other telecommunications network from 9mobile.
9mobile (Etisalat) transfer code
The general code used to send airtime from one 9-mobile subscriber to another is 223, but there are a few things you need to take note of before we dive deep into the steps you need to follow. If you initiate the transfer for the very first time, you must change the default transfer PIN, which is normally 0000. You must also have up to or greater than the balance you want to give to another customer.
Another point to note is that 9mobile, most times, do not allow customers transfer bonus airtime — so you must have money in your real account balance. You can verify what your current balance is by dialing *232#. As earlier noted, to be able to use 9mobile (etisalat) transfer code, you need to first of all change from the default 0000 PIN code assigned to your line.
You can do that by dialing *247*0000*NEWPIN#.
Also, note that your new PIN must be a 4-digit number.
For instance, if you wish to change from 0000 to 2321, then dial *247*0000*2321#.
Immediately you’ll receive a message confirming your change of PIN. Peradventure you forget what your PIN is, you can always call customer care using 200 to help you on PIN reset.
Now that you know have a transfer PIN, let’s see how to use it…
Transferring credit (airtime) from 9mobile to 9mobile:
Dial *223*PIN*Amount*Phone Number# for the transfer of credit to 9mobile. And this needs to be dialed on the line you are moving the airtime from. As you can’t use the default 0000 PIN, the new PIN that you created will be used here. For instance, if you decide to move the amount of ⁇ 300 to 08091234567 using, let’s say, 2321 as your transfer PIN, then you will need to dial *223*2321*300*08091234567# Afterwards, to confirm your transaction, you will get a popup telling you to dial 1 Go ahead and do that after checking that the number to which you are sending is actually right. You’ll get an instant message confirming your move with that.
Finally, I want to make one thing clearly clear about the use of the transfer code for 9mobile. All transactions are irreversible, so before verifying transactions, you must closely verify the amount of the receiver. Furthermore, in order to prevent unauthorized transactions, you must make your PIN private. You can always dial 200 to talk to a 9-mobile agent if you suspect fraudulent activities.
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