How To Check eWallet Balance

How To Check eWallet Balance on FNB in South Africa

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How to check eWallet balance on FNB in South Africa? eWallet allows anyone to send money to anyone with a valid South African Cellphone number, even if they don’t have an FNB bank account. First National Bank (FNB), which is one of South Africa’s “big five” banks, also allows customers to check their eWallet balance on their mobile devices using USSD Code in South Africa. In this article, you will learn how to check eWallet balance in South Africa.

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How To Check eWallet Balance

If you would like to check your eWallet balance, you need to dial the USSD code *120*277# on your mobile phone. Select the option for checking your eWallet balance.

The FNB eWallet can hold up to R5 000 balance at any given time, which can be drawn at any FNB ATM or selected retailers. The eWallet balance can also be used to buy prepaid airtime, data, electricity, or to buy goods at your convenience.

FNB eWallet Balance Check FAQs

Answers to the most frequently asked questions about the FNB eWallet Balance check in South Africa.

How do I check my FNB eWallet balance?

To check your FNB eWallet balance in South Africa, dial *120*277# and choose the to check your eWallet balance.

The process of checking your FNB eWallet balance may differ depending on the services you use. However, you still use the same USSD code *120*277#

How do I check my eWallet on FNB App?

You can also check your eWallet balance on FNB App by purchasing airtime or electricity. If the purchase goes through, it means you still have enough funds on your eWallet.

  1. Login to the FNB Banking App.
  2. Select the ‘eWallet’ tab.
  3. Select ‘Buy Prepaid’
  4. Select ‘Prepaid Electricity’
  5. Choose amount.
  6. Enter your meter number.
  7. Select ‘Purchase’
  8. Confirm details and select ‘Confirm’

Conclusion

Checking eWallet balance is easy and fast. The above are two ways to how to check balance on eWallet FNB South Africa.

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