How To Easily Change Transfer Pin On All Mobile Networks: Carrying out transactions like transferring data, sharing credit, gifting data, etc. are quite sensitive. By default, anybody who has access to your mobile device can do away with these services without you knowing.
To combat this, network service providers in Nigeria implemented a security pin that could give users full charge of the kind of transactions that one could use their network for. The downside, however, is, all networks have a default pin. So, all an unknown user needs to do is get the default password from anywhere and access your data or credit.
Nevertheless, the service providers have a way to combat this also; see how to change the transfer pin on your Airtel, Glo, MTN of 9Mobile sim.
How To Change Transfer Pin On Airtel
AIRTEL’s default pin is = 1234. You can change the default pin by sending a text in the following format to 432: PIN 5555 to 432, E.g., to change the password to 4321, the text sent will read — PIN 1234 4321 to 432. You will then receive an SMS confirmation from 432.
How To Change Transfer Pin On Glo
GLO’s default pin is = 00000. You can change the default pin by Dial 132*00000*New*Pin*New Pin# For example if you want your new pin to be 12345 dial *320*0000*12345*12345#
How To Change Transfer Pin On MTN
MTN’s default pin is = 0000. You can change MTN share and sell pin by sending a text message with ‘Default PIN New PIN New PIN to 777′. For example, to change the default PIN from 0000 to 1234, you send an SMS with ‘0000 1234 1234‘ to 777.
How To Change Transfer Pin On 9Mobile(Former Etisalat)
9Mobile’s default pin is = 0000. You can change the default pin by dialling 2470000NEWPIN#. And your new PIN must be a 4-digit number. For instance, if you wish to change from 0000 to 2321, then dial 24700002321#.
I hope that was easy enough?? For steps on how to transfer credit on any mobile network, click here.