FNB launches mobile banking units in containers

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Johannesburg – People who previously did not have access to formal banking services in rural areas can now rely on mobile banking units to do their banking.

FNB on Tuesday introduced the mobile banking units, shipping containers which are transformed to become a fully functional bank branch, with infrastructure such as an ATM to withdraw money and an ADT to deposit money.

“We wanted to make sure that banking is truly inclusive,” said Lee-Ann van Zyl, CEO of FNB Points of Presence. FNB had mobile banking units in the past, but these needed to be updated with features to suit the needs of customers, she explained.

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