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Abbey current account tops take the top spot

Abbey current account tops take the top spot

Category: Money

Updated: 31/10/2008
First Published: 08/11/2007

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Abbey now pays 8% credit interest on current accounts to new customers up to £1000 and switcher customers £2500 on it credit option current account.

This is a market leading current account deal, paying 1.5% (AER) higher than its closest current account competitor. However you do need to be aware that it is only paid on balances up to £1000, unless you switch your current account, when it is paid up to £2500.

There are several current accounts offering great interest rates at the moment, better in fact than many savings account deals to be found. Switching your current account is easy, so don't let your money sit in a current account earning 0.10% interest. Take action and bag yourself one of these competitive current account deals.

Best buys - Current accounts

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Disclaimer: Information is correct as of the date of publication (shown at the top of this article). Any products featured may be withdrawn by their provider or changed at any time.

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