GTBank Whatsapp Banking

How To Use GTBank WhatsApp Banking for Instant banking in Nigeria

GTBank Whatsapp Banking – WhatsApp Customer Number for Mobile Banking Transactions, Check Account Balances, Transfer Money and Pay DSTV, GOTV, PHCN Bills

One of the most respected and foremost financial institutions in Africa, Guaranty Trust Bank Plc. (GTBank), like its counterparts, United Bank for Africa, First Bank and Access Bank, has decided to leverage on the WhatsApp Business Solution in order to make mobile banking closer to its customers by offering them an additional channel to connect with the Bank for requests, account enquiries and to have access to other basic banking services. This is in line with the Bank’s continued commitment and efforts to enhance service delivery and also offer a superior banking experience to its customers in spite of their status, type of account and wherever they are.

GTBank was the first ever financial institution in Nigeria to establish a fully interactive contact centre in the year 2006 and has since then led the Nigerian financial sector in driving more customer interaction across the internet and various social media platforms.

The introduction of the GTBank WhatsApp banking on the WhatsApp platform has brought banking as well as financial services closer to GTBank customers wherever they are, while at the same time offering them an additional channel to make enquiries, bank and have their service requests treated as soon as possible.

How To Use The GTBank WhatsApp Banking

To connect with GTBank WhatsApp banking, the first thing the customer needs to do is to simply save the GTBank WhatsApp banking mobile number 09060001601 on their device with the name “GTBank,” the next step is to open their WhatsApp mobile application and start chatting by requesting for any banking service using the menu prompts.

All service requests using the GTBank WhatsApp banking will be treated instantly, though that depends largely on the internet connection of the user. GTBank WhatsApp banking can be used to make any requests and all account related enquiries.

Although there are speculations in some quarters that the GTBank WhatsApp banking would in the near future take over from the GTBank 737 banking, either true or not, we can confidently say that the GTBank WhatsApp banking is here to stay!

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