As part of Nationwide Building Society's commitment to be ‘On Your Side', it is unveiling a new and improved internet bank. It aims to make online banking with Nationwide easier and faster, whilst enabling members to have more control of their finances, than ever before.
AIB has announced the launch of a new mobile banking site, aib.ie/mobilebanking, tailored specifically for use on smartphones.
Santander has launched a brand new account alerts service for all its online banking current account and savings customers, which means they can now get text messages straight to their mobile phone providing essential information about their current or account or savings balance, deposits and debits.
From today, the millions of people in the UK who own a BlackBerry Smartphone can download the RBS & NatWest banking app.
Santander has this week relaunched its online banking service, which now features improved security for safer banking, a helpful single platform where customers can see information for all their Santander current accounts, savings and credit cards in one place and subscribe to paperless statements.
The new investigation, revealed in the September issue of Which? magazine, focuses on a number of online security areas.
Barnsley Building Society has launched a new best buy online ISA offering customers an excellent return on their savings.
Barnsley Building Society has increased the choice for online savers with two new bonds offering competitive rates.
Leeds Building Society has launched an online access account paying a market leading rate of 3.05%.
The Post Office has launched new issues of its Online Bond offering competitive annual rates of up to 4.05% gross/AER.
With over 45 million of us already using a mobile, it's not surprising that the mobile phone is the number two item that we wouldn't leave home without, only beaten by our means to make a payment - wallets and purses.
Online and telephone bank first direct says its over 55's are bucking the national trend, as National Silver Surfer week highlights that as many as 1 in 5 people aged 55-64 have never used the internet.
As a nation we like to keep a close eye on our money - making use of online technology to check our bank account as often as once a day, but many still spend valuable hours in their bank branches to tackle the most straightforward of tasks, according to research by Pay YOUR way, the campaign helping people benefit from modern payment methods.
The Post Office has announced the launch of a new issue of its popular Online Saver account, offering a competitive annual rate of 2.85% gross/ AER, on interest paid annually.
New research from N&P (Norwich and Peterborough Building Society) reveals that UK adults spend a massive 143 million hours (or 173 minutes per person) of their own leisure time online each day, with general research websites and Internet banking being the most used types of website, relegating Facebook and Twitter into third place.
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