Mobile bank N26 has launched a premium accounts product named N26 You.
The rebranded product — which has replaced premium membership account N26 Black — focuses on personalisation and offers customers a choice of five coloured cards.
Available for £4.90 per month, N26 You enables customers to customise their N26 app icon as well as gain access to ten Spaces — a popular feature which provides a way to set aside money based on users’ personal preferences and goals.
The product also allows travellers to bank without borders, free from exchange fees when withdrawing cash abroad or making payments in foreign currencies.
N26 You will soon introduce several partner offers which will give customers discounts at WeWork, Babbel, Blinkist and Bloom & Wild, among others.
“People’s finances are personal and connected to their individual needs,” said Valentin Stalf, founder and CEO at N26.
“We believe that banking needs to be this way too, and N26 You shows that banking can be stylish while also adapting to a customer’s way of life.
“With N26 You, N26 is reinventing its premium memberships, moving towards a more personalised and individual banking experience.”
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