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02-10-2006, 20:03   #1
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Permanent TSB - Open 24 Internet service

Is it any good?. What is it possible to do, can you make payments to other banks, etc?.

How does it match up to Banking365 (I don't have experience with AIB's online system which I heard is pretty good).
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Is it any good?. What is it possible to do, can you make payments to other banks, etc?.

How does it match up to Banking365 (I don't have experience with AIB's online system which I heard is pretty good).
I use it and you just have to ring them up to set up other bank accounts. I haven't tried one off payments anywhere yet.

Transferring between your own bank accounts is easy and instantaneous.

You can also do all the usual Utility bill payments, set up, view, ammend and cancel standing orders etc.

I don't have b365 but do have AIB and it is pretty much the same.

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02-10-2006, 20:41   #3
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PTSB's internet banking isn't as good as AIB's in my opinion, but it's not bad either. It's functional, and does all the bits you expect it to, but nothing amazing.
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i've used ptsbs internet banking, and its fine, they're all pretty much the same
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I was an AIB customer for years and my biggest concern when changing to TSB was the internet banking. AIB's was superb. Only thing about AIB that was any good. I moved in the end and I gotta say I find TSB banking just as good, in some ways better (you can create your own statement on your account going back a few months - couldn't do this with AIB).
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I use it also and yes, you can transfer money to other bank accounts. You have to ring them to set each account up though. I transfer money to my fiancée's account through it all the time
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I find it good, but having said that I've never used anyting else so I don't know what I am missing or gaining compared to other banks.

Have you looked at Rabo direct, they advertise themselves as an "internet bank" don't they?

Are you looking at changing bank's openign a new account?
There is alot more to look at than just internet banking, for example, Permanent TSB offer a very good switcher account.
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Have you looked at Rabo direct, they advertise themselves as an "internet bank" don't they?
They are offering savings accounts and investment options rather than day to day banking services.
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On Open24 you can setup/pay bills both over the phone and online.
You can create/cancel standing orders.
You can cancel Direct debits.
You can order cheque books (so long as you have had cheque books on the account beforehand)
You can transfer between your own accounts automatically as all your bank accounts will be registered under the one open24 number.
You can transfer between banks (takes up to 3 working days)
If you have a Visa card with PTSB, you can view that account.

I think thats it. Any questions just ask me, I used to work there.
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Is it any good?. What is it possible to do, can you make payments to other banks, etc?.

How does it match up to Banking365 (I don't have experience with AIB's online system which I heard is pretty good).
Hi there just new to boards I want to pay my AIB Visa account from my Permanant TSB account online- in my tsb online account aib are not listed on the payment options (o2, Esb,3...) can anyone help me what to do:cool:tks
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Hi there just new to boards I want to pay my AIB Visa account from my Permanant TSB account online- in my tsb online account aib are not listed on the payment options (o2, Esb,3...) can anyone help me what to do:cool:tks
May need to ring the open24 number to add your AIB card account to the 3rd party transfer details.

you'll need the AIB account number/sort code
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May need to ring the open24 number to add your AIB card account to the 3rd party transfer details.

you'll need the AIB account number/sort code
Cheers tks fr that.
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thanks for the advice after been transferred here and there re phone worked in the end
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