Exmouth man downloads himself an iPad prize


Exmouth man downloads himself an iPad prize

The team at NatWest's Exmouth branch welcomed a very special visitor today as Aleks Koszel from Exmouth popped in.

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14 December 2011

He was there to collect a brand new iPad from the bank for being the millionth customer to download the NatWest or RBS mobile phone application, which allows him and other users to view their accounts, check their balances and available funds, see a mini statement of their last six transactions and make transfers between accounts, from their mobile devices.

Steve Aldridge, NatWest's local CEO for Exmouth and the surrounding area, who was there to congratulate Mr Koszel and present him with his prize said: "It's great that the millionth download took place right here in Exmouth and we are all delighted for Mr Koszel. The NatWest Apps have proved very popular and are now available for use on iPhones, iPads, Blackberry Smartphone and Android devices meaning that many more people, like Mr Koszel, can enjoy the benefits of 24/7 mobile banking wherever they are. These apps are just another initiative that we have introduced to ensure our customers have a wide choice of ways to do their banking with us to suit their own needs and lifestyles, as we continue to strive to become Britain's most helpful bank."

Commenting on his win Mr Koszel said: "The application is fantastic and saves me loads of time, so to have a brand new iPad to use it on is a dream come true. It's Christmas come early for me - I can not believe it."

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