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0.00%
Fee: £0.50 Per Day
5.00%None
  • Existing customers who refer a friend both receive £100 when switching completed
  • At least £1,000 must be paid in each month
  • Access to Simply Rewards an exclusive website offering discounts and deals
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Up to £10.00 Overdraft fee of £0.00 Per Day. Over £10.00 Overdraft fee of £0.50 Per Day.

0.00%
Fee: £0.50 Per Day
3.00%£10.00 pm
  • Existing customers who refer a friend both receive £100 when switching completed
  • Authorised overdraft is fee based
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Up to £100.00 Overdraft fee of £0.00 Per Day. Over £100.00 Overdraft fee of £0.50 Per Day.

0.00%
Fee: £1.00 Per Day
1.50%£5.00 pm
  • Interest paid on credit balances up to £20K
  • Authorised overdraft daily usage fee
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Overdraft fee of £1.00 Per Day.

12.50%
Fee: £6.00 Per Month
0.25%None
  • Credit interest payable up to £2,000
  • Cannot open via internet
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 12.50% EAR Variable. Overdraft fee of £6.00 Per Month.

12.50%
Fee: £6.00 Per Month
0.25%None
  • Credit interest payable up to £2,000
  • Cannot open via internet
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 12.50% EAR Variable. Overdraft fee of £6.00 Per Month.

N/A0.25%None
  • Credit interest payable up to £2,000
  • Cannot open via internet
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: N/A

0.00%
Fee: £0.75 Per Day
0.00%£3.00 pm
  • Eligble for Blue Rewards
  • High authorised overdraft charges
  • Control option available for £8 per month
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. Representative Example: 0.00% interest p.a. (variable). Overdraft fee of £0.75 Per Day. Subject to status and application.

0.00%
Fee: £0.75 Per Day
0.00%None
  • No minimum funding needed
  • High authorised overdraft charges
  • Control option available for £8 per month
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. Representative Example: 0.00% interest p.a. (variable). Overdraft fee of £0.75 Per Day. Subject to status and application.

0.00%
Fee: £0.50 Per Day
0.00%None
  • Existing customers who refer a friend both receive £100 when switching completed
  • No interest paid on credit balances
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Up to £10.00 Overdraft fee of £0.00 Per Day. Over £10.00 Overdraft fee of £0.50 Per Day.

0.00%
Fee: £1.00 Per Day
0.00%None
  • No monthly funding requirement
  • No interest on credit balances
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Overdraft fee of £1.00 Per Day.

Disclaimer:

All overdrafts are subject to the applicant’s status. You may not be offered credit. All rates and fees are subject to change without notice. Please check all rates and terms before borrowing.

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What is a current account?

A current account is a bank account which allows you to access a range of banking services. Salary, pension or other benefits can be paid in and bills can be paid by standing order or direct debit.

A current account will typically give you a cash/debit card, a cheque book and may allow you to have an overdraft facility.

Some current accounts offer a high rate of interest, but this may only be available on high balances. The account may also require a certain amount of money to be paid in each month to obtain the higher rate.

Most accounts can be accessed in a number of ways, such as through a bank branch, via online banking or telephone banking.

 
 
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