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Post Office launches market-leading easy access account

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The Post Office has launched a new market-leading version of its easy access Online Saver account paying 1.33% interest.
Post Office launches market-leading easy access account

The account can be opened from £1 and allows unlimited withdrawals.

It trumps the 1.3% available from Coventry Building Society, Virgin, RCI Bank, Shawbrook and Sainsbury’s and is well above the average easy access rate of 0.41%.

The 1.33% variable rate from The Post Office includes a 1.08% bonus for 12 months.

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