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Cracking internet account from Egg

Cracking internet account from Egg

Category: Savings

Updated: 26/05/2010
First Published: 26/05/2010

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Egg has unveiled a cracking new internet account paying 2.80%.

Egg Savings Account (Internet) has had its bonus increased to 2.30% to leave it amongst the best internet savings accounts requiring no notice.

As a consequence of including a bonus, savers must remember that the rate will drop by 2.30% after 12 months, making it essential that a review of the competitiveness of the account is carried out at that point.

Sure to prove popular with savers who are happy to conduct their business online, this internet savings account earns four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

More of the best selling internet savings accounts, including offerings from Chelsea BS, Halifax, Santander and Triodos Bank, can be found in our internet accounts best buy chart.

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