Lloyds Banking Group now offers its Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Bank of Scotland customers access to Apple Pay, which is transforming mobile payments with an easy, secure and private way to pay.
Halifax has launched a mobile Agreement in Principle (AIP) tool which enables customers to receive an instant lending decision while they are on the move in less than fifteen minutes.
The rapid growth of digital banking has driven increased customer engagement, the latest figures from the Halifax Digital Dashboard show.
Mobile banking has seen monumental growth in the past 12 months amongst Halifax customers, with almost a 100% increase in the number of logins via mobile in March 2015, compared to the same month in the previous year, according to the latest Halifax Digital dashboard.
Halifax trials explore how wearable technology could be used to enhance customer security, streamline the digital banking experience, and enable customers to access, and benefit from, the products and services they need to make the most of their money.
TSB has improved mobile access for customers this week, by launching a new and improved mobile banking app for Android and Apple smartphones and tablets.
More than £26 million has been sent using Paym, the simple and secure way to pay using just a mobile number, since its launch on 29th April 2014.
When you think of Christmas Day – turkey roast dinners, festive jumpers, and watching the Queen’s speech quickly spring to mind, but one new tradition, online banking is fast becoming a part of the yuletide traditions.
Christmas day is all about spending time with family and enjoying festive food and fun. But for many, it’s also about checking their finances, with stats revealing a third (32%) of Internet and mobile bank customers logged in on 25th December last year.
Checking your bank balance is a national nocturnal pastime with more than a third of people logging on throughout the night – eclipsing other consumer activities such as online shopping and downloading music.
Customers of Clydesdale Bank, Isle of Man Bank, NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland, Ulster Bank and Yorkshire Bank can now register for Paym, adding to the number of leading UK banks and building societies offering the secure way to pay using just a mobile number.
Millions of British adults who have never tried internet banking would be interested in doing so, according to new independent research published by the Payments Council.
From 14th October, first direct customers will be able to use Paym to make secure payments of up to £350 per day to friends, family and anyone else using the Paym service with just a mobile phone number from the first direct Banking on the go App.
Santander UK has launched an innovative new mobile banking service which is set to transform the way its customers can keep track of their everyday finances and spending.
A third (34%) of young people expect to be out of pocket by an average of £64 each over the summer due to lending money to friends who don’t pay them back.
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