With the FNB eWallet code, you can make money transfers in and outside South Africa. With a valid South African cellphone number, you can transfer funds to anyone in the country.
The FNB eWallet USSD code does not require internet access, and it allows you to send money to other family and friends.
You can also use the FNB eWallet service to withdraw funds from your First National Bank ATM, buy electricity units, and top up prepaid airtime.
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The FNB eWallet USSD codes for sending and withdrawing funds are *120*277# and *130*277#.
What Is The USSD Code To Access FNB Bank South Africa eWallet Without Airtime?
If you do not have airtime/credit on your cellphone, then dial *120*277#.
After dialing that code, you will then be able to buy airtime.
Next, you can continue with the eWallet transaction.
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FNB eWallet Code To Withdraw Money From ATM
If you want to withdraw cash from your FNB South Africa bank account at the ATM using the eWallet service, the code to dial is *120*277* and press option 1 to withdraw cash.
After that, type 1 again to get your ATM PIN.
You can also dial this USSD code *120*277*1*1# to withdraw the money at the FNB South Africa ATM.
As you have seen above, it is pretty easy to withdraw funds from your First National Bank account using the transfer code.
How To Solve *120*277# Not Working (Use The eWallet Number)
If you have dialed the FNB mobile banking code on your phone but it is not working, you need to contact the customer support unit for assistance.
But before then, you can check if the network is active on your phone.
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Transfer Code To Access The Mobile Banking Service At Retail Stores in South Africa
You can make withdrawals at retail stores in all the provinces of South Africa using your eWallet account.
The FNB eWallet USSD code to withdraw cash at retail stores is *120*277*4#.
Press the send button after dialing this USSD code.
After dialing the code, press 1 to get your retail PIN for the cash withdrawal.
Code To Reverse Wrong eWallet Transfer
For most South Africans, the main challenge is how to reverse FNB ewallet payment.
As soon as you realized that you have made a wrong eWallet transaction, follow these steps to reverse or cancel the money transfer:
- Dial this USSD code *120*321# to reverse the transaction.
- Enter option Four (4) and press send.
- Select 5 for eWallet Reversal.
- Finally, choose the eWallet transaction you want to cancel or reverse.
That is how to reverse a wrong eWallet money transfer.
How To Check eWallet Balance
If you want to check your eWallet balance, you need to dial the same USSD code *120*277#.
Select the option for checking your balance.
But note, depending on the services you are using, the method of checking your eWallet balance may be slightly different. However, you will still use the same mobile banking code.
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How Do I Get My FNB eWallet PIN
How to find your First National Bank Personal Identification Number (FNB PIN) is pretty straightforward.
To get your FNB eWallet PIN, follow the steps below:
- Dial *120*277*1# on your cellphone.
- Press 1 to request your eWallet PIN.
- FNB will send you a message containing your eWallet 4-digit PIN.
- Visit the nearest ATM and use your PIN for withdrawal.
- Please note the PIN expires within sixteen (16) hours.
- The code to dial for retail stores is *120*277*4*1#, then press 1 to get your FNB eWallet PIN.
That is all you need to know about the FNB Bank South Africa eWallet code (number) for transactions.
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