on Monday introduced a new rate plan specifically marketed at consumers who are 55 and older.The plan, which includes unlimited data, calls and text messages, costs a month for an individual line and for a couple.Instead, customers are forced to spend hours in branches and on the phone in a futile bid to get the bank to investigate properly.On April 24, 1995, the balance in Sidney Smith’s passbook very clearly shows £6,090.15.Do a one-time registration, to start using the m Passbook feature.Yorkshire Building Society's 'back to the future' passbook account has become it's most popular savings offering since its launch twelve months ago, despite offering no internet access and requiring people to bank in their local branches."The fact that Triple Access Saver has been our most popular savings account since its launch speaks for itself – customers appreciate the straightforward terms, ease of use and an attractive, competitive rate without any introductory bonus for a limited period." Most banks have been phasing out passbook accounts, which require details of transactions to be entered into a book that is then produced at the bank as proof of deposits and withdrawals.Three years ago Abbey, now part of Santander, banned customers from withdrawing small amounts from bank counters with their passbooks, because they said it created extra queues.
The program, coined T-Mobile One Unlimited 55 , marks a departure from the usual wireless promotions that go after younger customers or families.With it you can update your passbook on your mobile phone thereby saving a visit to the branch.m Passbook is an easy way to get regular transaction updates on your Savings or Current Account and a summary of your Recurring and Fixed Deposits. It also allows you to categorize your transactions and track your income expenses.It was the fruit of careful savings he and his wife built up in an Abbey National Instant Saver account since the Eighties.The passbook was forgotten about, and after the death of his wife Patricia in 2002, it slipped further from Mr Smith’s mind.