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ING Direct rewards savers with ISA rate boost

ING Direct rewards savers with ISA rate boost

Category: Savings

Updated: 06/08/2012
First Published: 08/04/2010

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ING Direct has delivered a boost to its ISA savers in the form of a 1.96% bonus for existing ING Direct Cash ISA holders, fixing the rate at 2.96%

The 12 month bonus is available for all accounts opened by 30 April 2010 and all other terms and conditions remain unchanged.

It is great to see ING Direct rewarding loyalty with the introduction of this enhanced rate for existing customers, and the rate sits towards the top of the market.

Investors should ensure that they check the rate after 12 months to ensure the product is still competitive.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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