Cost.co.uk Responds to NatWest and RBS Launching a Mobile Payment App

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Customers will be able to carry out transactions on their mobile.

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Today’s launch of the app comes at a time when mobile and tablet use is booming and consumers expect convenience, speed and simplicity

According to the Evening Standard, millions of people will be able to send payments to family and friends as easily as texting due to a new service from NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). From the 13th March 2013, customers using the mobile app will be able to send up to £100 to anyone with a Visa card. The service works by users entering their mobile number whilst the app links this with their bank account. Described as the ‘UK’s easiest payment service on mobile’ over 115 million visa cards will be able to use the service.

The news comes in light of earlier technical problems after consumers were left without any banking last week.

Cost.co.uk is dedicated to proving the latest consumer based news and advice as well as the ability to compare various deals with different providers all in one place. The company takes pride in supplying the latest finance news as a spokesperson explained, ‘Today’s launch of the app comes at a time when mobile and tablet use is booming and consumers expect convenience, speed and simplicity. Banking can often be difficult as some are open awkward hours and limited times at weekend and evenings so making simple transfers via mobile is perfect for those who may not always be able to get to the bank.’

Cost.co.uk continues to follow consumer based news.

Based in Essex, Cost.co.uk is one of the UK’s leading price comparison sites. Allowing their online customer’s access to companies offering a range of insurance, financial and travel services, the firm specialise in providing a personal experience. Founded in 2012, the agency has a trusted reputation for sourcing the most ideal policies at affordable prices.

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