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Norwich & peterborough – Quantum Account (12th issue)

Friday, September 13, 2002

Type: High interest account

Minimum-maximum investment: £1,000-£25,000 single life, £50,000
joint life

Interest rates: 4% gross a year until September 30, 2003, 4.25%
gross a year until September 30, 2004, 4.5% gross a year until
September 30, 2005, 5% gross a year until September 30, 2006,
6.5% gross a year until September 30, 2007

Term: Five years

Offer period: Until further notice

Withdrawal penalties: 50 days&#39 loss of interest

Tel: 0845 3002511

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