Irish online banking numbers surge

Irish consumers’ use of online banking surged last year, but Ireland still lags behind other European countries, a new report shows.

14th May, 2011

Irish consumers’ use of online banking surged last year, but Ireland still lags behind other European countries, a new report shows.

The report on online banking from the Irish Banking Federation (IBF) and the Irish Payment Services Organisation (IPSO) revealed that 2.7 million consumers were registered for online banking at the end of 2010, up almost 4 per cent on a year earlier.

A total of 415,000 new customers registered for online banking last year.

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