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07. September 2016.
Save your money by paying bills at UniCredit Bank ATMs
According to data from the "Financial Access Survey“, conducted by International Monetary Fund*, number of ATMs in 2015 exceeded 1220 in Croatia, 1160 in Bulgaria, 680 in Romania, 600 in Macedonia, while in Serbia this number is over 450. Having in mind all mentioned above, we can conclude that there is great growth potential for growth of ATM market in our country.
UniCredit Bank has recognized potential of this market segment and therefore is continuously working on development of its ATM network. This is corroborated by the fact that in comparison to the first six months of the previous year the number of ATMs of UniCredit Bank increased by 20%, which consequently led to an increase in the number of transactions by 30% and increase of the volume of transactions on ATMs by 35%.
The Bank is constantly improving functionalities of its ATMs and clients are very willing to accept its benefits. Due to the numerous savings, both in terms of time and money, the number of clients using multifunctional ATMs is growing on daily basis.
What distinguishes UniCredit Bank’s multifunctional ATMs, is that, in addition to the regular operations of cash withdrawal and balance inquiry, it is also possible to pay bills without any fee, make account payments, payments of credit for mobile phones and exchange of money. It is possible also to use multifunctional UniCredit Bank ATMs for paying the following bills: Infostan, Elektrodistribucija, Jugoistok, Informatika, PTT, Telekom, Telenor, VIP mobile, Orion telekom, JP Uzice, Posta net.
For example, if the average three member family pay bills through multifunctional UniCredit Bank ATMs, they can save for a year up to 5,500 dinars from fees that they would have payed. It is therefore not surprising that the number of bills payed in this way achieved growth of 55%.
*source – web site of International Monetary Fund - http://data.imf.org/?sk=E5DCAB7E-A5CA-4892-A6EA-598B5463A34C&sId=1460043522778