The bank said this was part of plans to take mobile banking services closer to the customers.
Speaking on the plan, the bank's Divisional Head, e-Banking Services,
Adedeji noted that the new feature was considered in line with the
Since UBA is one of the banks being used for the biometrics pilot scheme, Adedeji said that the new ATM machines would hopefully encourage more Nigerians to adopt mobile banking services.
"We have over 700 branches but in the land space of
Speaking on other mobile banking platform which the bank currently offered, Adedeji said: "We are now on the web.
Our internet banking is a superb. Even when you move to the mobile it makes us get closer to the customers.
In fact, that the closest you can get to them. We are the first to develop banking mobile app in
He added, "Today, if we give you a card, you may wish to have mobile banking applications there, we offer that too. In fact, mobile banking is our major bet in the industry. We are not offering the service in
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