How To Change First Bank Mobile Numbers Online

First Bank of Nigeria Limited, is a Nigerian multinational bank and financial services company headquartered in Lagos Nigeria. It is the premier bank in West Africa with its impact woven into the fabric of society.

The First Bank of Nigeria Limited established in 1894, is the premier Bank in West Africa, Nigeria’s number one bank brand and the leading financial services solutions provider in Nigeria.

The Bank was founded by Sir Alfred Jones, a shipping magnate from Liverpool, England. Normally if you have any issue with your account details like the phone number and other credentials you will have to visit First Bank, collect a form, fill it and submit before they will attend to you.

But now First Bank has made it easy for you to change your phone number without visiting their branch right on your phone sitting comfortably on your couch.

How To Change your Mobile Number in Nigeria

This post will show you how to change your First Bank phone number on your phone online without visiting their branch office. It will also show you how to set up your First Bank alert to get all the necessary bank statement at the right time.

How To Change First Bank Phone Number Online.

To Change your First Bank phone number and update your details follow the steps below.

  • Log in to Online banking platform ( You can use the first mobile Application).
  • Click on Self-service. Under the personal information tab, click on the main customer information.
  • Enter your new phone number or email Address you want to change.
  • Click on update and your phone number or email address will be updated automatically.

As of April 2021, First Bank of Nigeria was given a 3.9 rating stars out of 5, which means it is a good bank that warrants your consideration. First Bank provides customers with a diverse array of banking products, which include savings accounts, checking accounts, money market accounts, mortgage products and credit cards.

  • Bonus : You can also use this platform to schedule alert such as…
  • Security Alert : You will get notifications when someone tries to access your account like changing of username, email address or when your account has been blocked because of wrong information such as password and others.
  • Budget Alert : You will get notifications when you spend or exceed beyond your budget category or targeted amount.

First Bank of Nigeria Limited operates as a parent company in Nigeria, with the subsidiaries FBNBank in the Republic of Congo, Ghana, The Gambia, Guinea, Sierra-Leone and Senegal; FBN Bank UK Limited in the United Kingdom with a branch in Paris; First Bank Representative Office in Beijing to capture trade-related business between geographies.

First Bank also operates First Pension Custodian Nigeria Limited, Nigeria’s foremost pensions custodian. The teeming customers of the First Bank Group are serviced from a network of over 700 business locations across Africa.

To promote financial inclusion and reach the unbanked and under banked, First Bank has an extensive Agent Banking network, with over 53,000 agent locations across Nigeria. The Bank specializes in retail banking and has the largest client base in West Africa, with over 18 million customers.

First Bank as a Group employs over 16,000 staff and is proudly a multiple Best Place to Work awardee. It operates along four key Strategic Business Units (SBUs) – Retail Banking, Corporate Banking, Commercial Banking and Public Sector Banking.

It was previously structured as an operating holding company before the implementation of a non-operating Holding Company structure

To enjoy all this goodies and freebie benefit banking from the first bank of Nigeria you will have to download their mobile Application either on Google Play Store or apple store.

Chinedu Okeke

Chinedu is the founder of Nigerian Tech. He is a tech enthusiast who has the passion for emerging trends in the tech industry. He is also a professional web content developer.

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