The Airtel *444# Recharge is a single recharge code that enables you to recharge your Airtel line from your bank accounts in Nigeria. There is no need to remember different recharge codes. Just make sure your Airtel number is the principle line used in your bank and you have access to recharge from a selection of Nigerian banks. Just one code across a selection of banks.
The available banks are Access Bank, Diamond Bank, FCMB, Fidelity Bank, First Bank, Heritage Bank, Jaiz Bank, Keystone Bank, Skye Bank, StanbicIBTC Bank, UBA, Union Bank, Unity Bank and Zenith Bank and more will join in the future.
What are the Merits of *444# direct recharge?
No USSD charges – no need for a credit balance to use
No need for an active data bundle
No need for a smartphone
Convenient- Any location, easy to remember
Instant round the clock recharge (24/7 access to recharge, data and voice bundles)
One code, all banks (*444#). No need to memorize different airtime codes
Low denomination data and airtime starting from N50
10% bonus on airtime and data with the purchase of N100 and above
A customer can use multiple bank accounts provided their phone number is the principle number. No need for mobile banking activation
Opt-in by the customer by once-off registration on initial airtime purchase
eTranzact Switch as Technical Partner so information is securely based on CBN regulations
Apart from airtime, Airtel customers can also buy their data, TalkMore and smartRECHARGE (10X) bundles directly from *444# instead of first recharging and activating the bundle. Apart from the N50 airtime, N50 data bundles and the 10X smartRECHARGE, you will get 10% bonus on airtime or data purchased from *444#.
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