First Direct, Monzo and Starling top current account customer satisfaction league table
Starling Bank and Monzo came in second and third place respectively.
The annual survey quizzed 4,000 members of the public and found customers of the trio of challenger banks were most likely to recommend it to a friend or family member.
Users ranked the online and app-only brands highly for their customer service, application process, communication and transparency of charges.
Nationwide and M&S Bank also ranked high in the league table.
At the bottom end of the table, Ulster Bank received the lowest customer score, followed by Tesco Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland.
Gareth Shaw, head of money at Which?, said: “It’s clear that consumers value great customer service and easily accessible banking – and that applies whether they prefer to bank with a mobile app or a bricks-and-mortar branch.
“Traditional high street banks would do well to learn from their rivals challenging the status quo at the top of our survey. It seems they need to up their game to ensure they’re giving customers what they want when it comes to customer service, communication and transparency.
“Anyone unhappy with their bank should vote with their feet and switch to a new provider.”
Full table of results:
|The Co-operative Bank||73%|
|Bank of Scotland||64%|
|Royal Bank of Scotland||62%|