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Atom Bank announces full launch



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Atom Bank has announced that it is now fully open to all UK customers.

The UK mobile-only bank had initially launched an invitation-only service allowing it to assess feedback and refine its app.

The app is now available to download for free on both Apple iOS and Android mobile devices.

Through the app, customers can access fixed rate savings products, use face and voice biometrics to securely access bank accounts and benefit from a 24/7 customer support team.

Mark Mullen, chief executive at Atom Bank, commented: “We are creating an entirely new way to bank; a system that is based on what the customer needs and wants, rather than being focused on bank balance sheets.

“We’ve been steadily growing our business to date and this is an exciting new phase where we can offer our fixed saver rates to anyone who wants them.

“We’re already working on our current account, so there’s much more to come.”

Anthony Thomson, founder and chairman, added: “Building a bank in the right way takes time.

“What we’ve achieved to date is fantastic, but the key to providing our customers with the best banking experience possible is to continue to build the bank piece by piece, listening to customers.

“We do not want to rush simply to say we were the first.

“We remain fully committed to delivering an innovative, engaging and transparent way to bank.”

Atom Bank has also announced that they will be launching new products and enhancements to the app in the coming months, including residential mortgages, current accounts, debit card, overdrafts and instant access savings.

Atom Bank recently appointed one of its first commercial brokers as well as completing its first commercial loan.

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