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August 13, 2022
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Post Office ditches 600 free ATMs, invests £16m to revamp others

The Post Office is ditching 600 of its free-to-use ATMs, whilst it invests £16 million to upgrade the remaining 1,400 in its network. The Bank of Ireland owns all 2,000 of the Post Office’s ATMs, but it has decided to withdraw from the business. Some 60 ATMs in the Post Office’s remaining network are not commercially viable, but will remain open “to serve communities” The plan to close more than a quarter of its ATM network will seek completion by spring 2022. A record investment With the Bank of Ireland’s exit, the Post Office will migrate the remaining ATMs to…
Post Office ditches 600 free ATMs, invests £16m to revamp others

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