Revolut, N26, Monzo: when neobanks want to charge their customers

The British Revolut has added a fourth price offer to its range, thus imitating the German N26. Shaken up by the crisis, neobanks are accelerating the diversification of their offers and services to continue to fuel their growth.

Revolut is launching a new bank account offer on Tuesday, in addition to the three already existing, one of which is free.

The response was not long in coming. A month after the launch of a new offer at N26, the European star of neobanks Revolut also expanded its range on Tuesday, to continue to fuel its growth, despite a year complicated by the health crisis.

The Briton unveils a “Plus” offer at 2.99 euros per month, which gives access to a bank account, a card, priority access to customer support, but also purchase insurance against theft, damage or policies of no comeback.

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