13:29 14 May 2013
The Post Office, whose logo is widely recognised in the UK, are bringing three current accounts to Brits. The firm are setting off a pilot scheme in regards to this in almost 30 branches in England.
The scheme will operate in East Anglia and is expected to expand to all other branches next year.
The three new accounts are the following:
Reportedly the group has said its fees will be clearly outlined.
Nick Kennett, who is from the Post Office, said: “Consumers tell us they feel penalised by complex and expensive bank charges and fees.”
The control account could assist customers to save money by avoiding charges that penalise, the Post Office has said, as reported by The Telegraph.
Although reportedly Which? has commented on the Post Office’s control account, saying that people may not want to apply for a bank account where there are payments involved.
The Post Office’s new current accounts could become options for Brits across the country to consider when it comes to banking in 2014.
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