- Post Office Money has today enhanced its range of savings products by increasing the rates on several products
- New offers include changes to its Online Saver and Online Bond
- Marks Post Office Money’s commitment to becoming a top five financial services provider by 2020 by offering competitive products
Post Office Money has today increased the interest rates on its Online Saver and Online Bond products (1 year term).
|Online Saver Issue 15||1.40% gross*/AER** Variable|
|Online Bond Issue 15||1 year: 1.77% gross*/AER**|
|Fixed||2 years: 1.96% gross*/AER** Fixed|
|3 years: 2.11% gross*/AER** Fixed|
Henk Van Hulle, director at Post Office Money comments: “Our new, increased savings rates show that we are committed to supporting our customers by offering them a competitive return on their savings. It is important that people can see the benefits of developing a savings habit and we want to help them however we can.
“We know how important it is to offer customers a choice in how they manage their money, which is why our products are available online, over the phone, or in one of our 11,500 branches. It is important that people find a way of saving that best suits their individual needs and requirements, and we hope these new rates help them to reach their financial goals – whatever they may be.”
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