www.AIB.ie has online banking with login, contact number and sign up

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In a complicated world, it makes a difference when something is simple. Allied Irish Banks understands that. That is why their website, at www.aib.ie, is streamlined with the customer in mind. With everything in one place, the customer can find exactly what they want without it being complicated. With the ability to do anything, from checking on an existing account to information about life insurance, it is apparent that Allied Irish Banks has done everything with only the convenience of their valued customers in mind. Here are just a few things customers can do at aib.ie:

Learn about the benefits of a personal bank account, Student Account for 2nd Level Students, Student Plus Account, and switching personal current accounts to AIB. Find out about mortgages, including first-time buyers mortgage, Owner-Occupier Mortgage, and Residential Buy-to-Let Mortgage. Apply for a credit card. Become educated about loans, as well as applying for them. These include personal loans, overdraft protection, and car and school loans. Learn about, get quotes, and apply for health, life, home, car and travel insurance. Find out about AIB's long line of savings accounts.

Learn about AIB pensions and investing. AIB even has information for banking for every stage of life, as well as a plethora of online services, including everything from online banking to shopping on the web.  But if the customer is looking for banking information for a business, aib.ie has that too. With exclusive services for businesses just starting out to business solutions for established companies, aib.ie has it covered. AIB also has wealth management covered in their generously multitasking site. A customer has a wide range of topics here as with all other parts of aib.ie. A customer can choose anything from investing and personal banking to retirement and funds protection. No matter what stage in life a customer is in, aib.ie can satisfy their needs. And in such trying times, doesn't the consumer deserve to have a little simplicity? AIB has the customer in mind.


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