How to Transfer Credit on MTN, Glo, Airtel and 9mobile

For whatever reason you may want to do it, here’s how to transfer credit on MTN, Glo, Airtel and 9mobile (Etisalat).

How to transfer credit on MTN

MTN termed their airtime transfer Share ‘N’ Sell.

There are two ways you can transfer credit on MTN. Either through SMS or USSD. Both are fast and reliable.

Through SMS:

To transfer on MTN through SMS, go to message and type:

Transfer Receiver’sNumber Amount PIN and then send to 777.

Example: let’s say I want to transfer #100 to 08123456789 now, I’ll do it like this:

Transfer 08123456789 100 1221 and then send it to 777.

Through USSD:

To transfer on MTN through USSD, using the same example above, you’ll dial:

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*600*08123456789*100*1221# and then press send. You’ll receive a confirmation SMS  from MTN upon successful transfer.

If you don’t have an MTN transfer PIN, here’s how to get one:

Through SMS: Send DefaultPIN YourPIN YourPIN to 777

Through USSD: *600*DefaultPIN*YourPIN*YourPIN#

Note: The DefaultPIN is 0000 and YourPIN is the one you want to change to.

How to transfer credit on Glo

Glo named their credit transfer EasyShare.

You also need to have a PIN to transfer on Glo. So firstly here’s how to get a pin:

Dial *312*DefaultPIN*NewPIN*NewPIN#

The DefaultPIN is 00000 and New PIN is the new PIN you would like to change to.

Once you’ve been assigned your new pin, you can use it to transfer airtime anytime.

Here’s how to do it:

Dial *312*Receiver’sNumber*Amount*PIN#

Example: let’s say you want to transfer #100 to 08123456789 now, you’ll do it like this:

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*312*08123456789*100*12215#

You’ll receive a confirmation SMS from Glo when your transfer is successful.

Note: Glo transfer PIN is 5 digits. Other networks use 4 digits.

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How to transfer credit on Airtel

Airtel named their airtime transfer Me2U, and as of the time of publishing this, you can only transfer credit on Airtel through SMS.

Here’s how to do it:

  • 2U Receiver’sNumber Amount PIN to 432

Example: let’s say you want to transfer #100 to 08123456789 now, you’ll do it like this:

2U 08123456789 100 1221 to 432.

To change your PIN, if you don’t have it already, send:

  • PIN DefaultPIN NewPIN to 432

Airtel DefaultPIN is 1234. New PIN is the PIN you’d like to change to.

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How to transfer on Etisalat (9mobile)

If you don’t have a PIN, dial:

  • *247*defaultPIN*NewPIN#

The default PIN is 0000 and New PIN is the PIN you want to change to.

After that, to transfer, simply dial:

  • *223*PIN*Amount*Receiver’sNumber#

Example: let’s say you want to transfer 100 to 08123456789 and your PIN is 1221, here’s how you’ll do it:

*223*1221*100*08123456789#

And that’s it.

That’s how you can transfer airtime on each of the Nigeria networks.

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Note, however, that you can only transfer airtime between the same network. That is, you can only transfer from MTN to MTN, Glo to Glo, Airtel to Airtel and 9mobile to 9mobile.

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