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AA goes the extra savings mile

AA goes the extra savings mile

Category: Savings

Updated: 15/02/2011
First Published: 15/02/2011

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AA has increased the rate on its Internet Extra no notice account to startling effect.

The new rate of 2.80%, which includes a bonus of 2.30% for 12 months, improves this internet account's position within the no notice market so that it sits just below the market leaders.

Allowing unlimited withdrawals and additional investments, it is a reasonably straightforward account.

However, as the underlying rate will remain unchanged at 0.50%, a review of the account's competitiveness will be required after 12 months.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars are a well deserved reward.

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