Revolut for Business has launched two business account plans with zero monthly subscriptions fees.
The fintech firm’s business account plans — which are available to freelancers and corporates — have been designed to support a new generation of start-ups.
Through these plans, Revolut aims to help businesses quickly expand, operate across various markets as well as save entrepreneurs time and money.
Revolut has also revealed changes to the pricing structure of the plans and introduced a customisable model which provides greater control and value pricing.
Revolut for Business users will be able to tailor their plan’s features depending on their business needs.
They can also be upgraded or downgraded at any time.
“We understand first-hand how frustrating it can be for ambitious entrepreneurial businesses to get the support they need to kick-off their journey to success,” said James Gibson, product owner at Revolut for Business.
“Using our own experience, we’ve developed a brand new free offering which will save our customers time, money and give them the flexibility and control they need to operate both locally and globally.
“Our businesses are the beating heart of the economy and we’re so excited to be able to do our bit to support them.”
This news follows Revolut’s recent launch of its public beta to Australian customers, starting with a roll-out to the 20,000 people on its waiting list.
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