April 17, 2024

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Some banks are raising their current account rates

Some banks are raising their current account rates

Argenta has increased the price of one of its current accounts. Major bank KBC has done the same. This financial institution will also make the free basic account payable on July 1.

In the news: Some banks have adjusted interest rates on current accounts at the beginning of the new month.

  • KBC previously announced that a price increase was coming. On July 1, the main bank increased the price of the so-called Plus account from 3.25 to 3.75 euros per month. Since 2021, KBC has raised the cost of the bill. It's free for teens up to 24 years old.
    • Thanks to this current account package, you can withdraw unlimited funds from any banking device. With many other (free) formats, you have to pay to withdraw cash from a competing bank's ATM.
  • There will be another price change on July 1. From that day onwards, you have to pay €2 per month for the basic account. Today it is still free.

More news: Argenta has adjusted the price of its Gold Payment Account package upward.

  • From now on, customers pay €5.65 per month for this formula instead of €5.35.
    • In addition, withdrawing cash from the counter now costs €2. Previously it was 1.5 euros.
  • Argenta also changed the price of its universal banking service, which allows you to make at least 60 manual transactions per year. You now pay €1.65 per month for this service, compared to €1.35 previously.
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I noticed: Some banks are now trying to convince people to open a current account with them. Major bank ING is one of them.

  • New customers who open a Do More current account before April 30 and put €10 into this account before May 10 will receive €50 from the main bank.
  • In this article we explain why it is not always a good idea to open such an account blindly.

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