How to create and activate your new 9mobile transfer pin

This Post will answer how to activate 9mobile transfer PIN that will enable you transfer Airtime to family and friends and colleague at work .The feature is convenient and secure, giving you peace of mind when transferring credit between users.

Activating a transfer PIN on your 9mobile account is a simple process that can be done quickly and easily. The PIN allows subscribers to share airtime on 9mobile, with fellow subscribers. The service is free of charge.

You will also learn how to retrieve credit transfer pin and continue sharing airtime with family and friends. If you probably have no details on how to recover/reset your pin, this post is just for you.

Read; How to transfer and Share (call credit ) airtime on 9mobile

What 9mobile subscribers need to know about transfer pin

1•Remember Only 9mobile users can transfer credit t another 9mobile customer
2• Subscribers can only transfer to 9mobile network users.
3.• The minimum charge for every transfer is N50.
4,The default code is 0000 and has to be changed.
5. Transfer is done from your airtime balance and there is no limit to the credit you can share.

Other requirements are to share airtime on 9 mobile

1• Available to existing & new 9mobile subscribers on the prepaid & hybrid packages.
2• A minimum balance of ₦10 after initiating the transfer is required for successful transaction.
3• Minimum of ₦10 airtime can be transferred at a go
4• Maximum of ₦20,000 airtime can be transferred at a go
5• Maximum ₦100,000 of airtime can be transferred daily

Read:9Mobile Data Gifting; How to Transfer Data on 9mobile

What is 9mobile Default Transfer PIN

The default transfer PIN for 9mobile Nigeria subscriber is 0000 with a 4-digit code. However, before a customer can use the service to transfer or send airtime, they must change the 0000 code to a personalized 4-digit code to safe guide your airtime from theft

Should the case you haven’t changed your PIN , you can kindly use 0000 as your transfer PIN.

Now, you remember you have changed your 9mobile default transfer PIN code but you can’t seem to wrap your head around it again! You can’t remember again! Don’t worry, below is how you can retrieve the transfer PIN.

Read: List of 9mbile Data Plans, Bundles & Subscription Code

How to create and activate your new 9mobile transfer pin

The default pin for the 9mobile transfer code is 0000 and you must change it to activate the transfer pin. Resetting the transfer pin is quick and very easy. All you need is to follow the steps below.

1. kindly dial *321*[Default Pin]*[New Pin]#. If you want to change an existing or old pin, dial *321*[old PIN]*[new PIN]#

Let assume you want to change Your default PIN to 2222 and the old one is 0000

For example *321*0000*2222# and press “send”.

How to check your 9mobile/Etisalat Account balance

To check your 9mobile credit balance, kindly dial  *310#  from 9mobile line and press ok, the balance will be displayed on your screen and also sent as a text on your phone

Read: List of 9mbile Data Plans, Bundles & Subscription Code

Other etisalat PIN are:

9mobile data plan *312#

9mobile Recharge PIN *311#

How to borrow Airtime from 9mobile *303#

How to check 9mobile data Balance *323#

How to check 9mobile account  Balance *310#

How to share or transfer 9mobile *321#

How to check NIN *996#

9moble VAS *305#

Read: How to borrow data from 9mobile and Re-payback

How to transfer OR SHARE airtime on 9mobile

To get started, just dial the following combination.

*321*code*airtime amount*recipient’s number# and send.

For example, you intend to send 500 to your friend, then dial *321*1224*500*09091234576# and press “send” after which you will get a notification message confirming the transaction.


In conclusion, activating your 9mobile transfer PIN is a simple and straightforward process that helps enhance the security of your mobile transactions.

By following the steps outlined above, you can quickly set up your transfer PIN and start using it to authorize transfers from your account. Remember to keep your transfer PIN confidential and regularly update it to stay one step ahead of potential security threats.

Meet Ogbeide Frank, popularly known as perere, a blogger who loves writing about finance and Tech. He studied Business administration at the Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma and Mobile Communication at Orange College Malaysia .Frank have worked as a banker and consultant in variety of Nigeria agencies


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