Monese has announced the introduction of its premium plan.
The mobile-only banking service already offers a free and plus plan and customers can move between all three plans at any time that suits them, depending on their levels of usage.
Customers with high transaction volumes and working and moving across the world can use the premium plan with an unmetered service.
The premium plan is available for a fixed monthly fee of £14.95/€14.95.
Examples of customers who could benefit from the premium plan:
• Anyone who transfers £3,000/€3,000 or more per month internationally
• International travellers withdrawing £200/€200-plus more than three times per month
• Families on holiday abroad spending money on car hire, restaurants, supermarkets, trips etc.
Norris Koppel, CEO and founder of Monese (pictured above), said that, following the success of its free and plus plans, it was incredibly exciting to now offer the new premium plan.
“Users with higher levels of financial activity need absolute clarity up front without the worry of being hit with fees at the point of usage - and the premium plan does just that.
“We are extremely pleased to be able to offer greater choice and the best value to existing and new customers.
“We believe that everybody should have global, transparent and instant access to a banking service for those with ambitions that take them around the world for work to build a better life for themselves and their families.”
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