The UBA mobile app now comes with new exciting features for that engaging user experience every customer wants. The app’s new features makes banking a lot smoother, faster, fun and accessible, yet still at the touch of a screen.

With the recent upgrade, the app now fits the perfect ‘bank on the go’ status. These 5 features stand out to give customers that unique user experience.

– A Quick log-in within seconds with the bio-metric option
– ATM/Branch locator
– Quick selection of phone numbers from device contacts list for airtime top-up
– Favourites list creation for easier transactions
– Auto reminders for recurrent bill payments and transfers

It doesn’t only help with the payment of bills but also notifies you as a reminder on bills to be paid and transfers done; helps you locate the nearest ATM to you, and is always available for 24hours live chat support.

Others features of the upgrade are
– Faster navigation with the sliding menu available on all users’ sessions
– Fewer, more intuitive screens enhancing user experience
– 24hours customer service support via live chat
– Automation of OTP received via SMS on transaction screen

The new UBA Mobile app is available for Android and Apple users on the Google Play Store and the App Store. You could also follow these links below:

Website Link:

Google Play:

App store:

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