Latest Intelligence on Current Accounts in Europe

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UK current accounts: not the full package

While Britons pay up to GBP200 a year in fees for packaged current accounts, new research from Alliance and Leicester has shown that few customers make good use of the facilities offered. However, while these accounts may indeed not suit everyone, they do bring with them a raft of secondary benefits that this research may have underestimated.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Sep 2005
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Egg: going against the current

Egg has introduced a spending account that prevents customers from going beyond their allocated overdraft limit. Although Egg Money does not require customers to switch their current account, its attractive proposition means many may transfer part of their current account balance to Egg. Considering this, it will not be surprising if Egg's offering is replicated among current account providers.

Published By Datamonitor
12 Sep 2005
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Paperless billing: mirage or miracle?

Banks, mobile phone providers, fixed line telephone suppliers, and airlines have all made efforts to encourage e-billing. Now it is the turn of the utilities, as British Gas encourages its customers to sign up to paperless billing. The service may provide advantages in targeted email marketing, but easy communication via email may lead to increased volumes of customer queries.

Published By Datamonitor
25 Feb 2004

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