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Nationwide brings web to branch customers

Nationwide Building Society is to install 250 Internet terminals in branches across the country by the end of May.


Customers can use the terminals during branch opening hours to connect free to Nationwide&#39s internet banking service.


They will be able to carry out transactions such as managing their current and savings accounts, paying bills, setting up standing orders and applying online for a variety of banking products such as mortgages and credit cards.

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