Sustainable bank account with English user interface by Tomorrow Bank
Welcome to the newest member in the German bank account family… Tomorrow Bank!
Tomorrow Bank is a new player on the market with a business model that is quite different to the one of traditional banks, as sustainability is their core value. Or what banks come to your mind that put sustainability at the center of their activities? Not many… right? Tomorrow Bank does this by supporting sustainable projects. Firstly this is done by using the customer deposits to finance sustainable projects (e.g. microcredits). Secondly every time you use your Tomorrow credit card, a portion of the so-called merchant fee (the fee that the merchant pays to the bank) is put into international climate protection projects by Tomorrow Bank. Sounds great?
What makes this bank account even more attractive: It’s completely free of charge! There are no monthly/annual fees and the bank account comes with a free Visa debit card. You can withdraw cash from ATMs free of charge three times per month and there are no foreign exchange fees (e.g. if you pay in USD). Another great aspect of this bank account is the simple and intuitive banking app that is available in both German and English. Here is a short summary:
Completely free of charge – no monthly or annual fees
Banking app available in German and English
No foreign transaction fees – pay in any currency without paying fees
Up to three free cash withdrawals per month
Easy ID verification via VideoChat
Cash withdrawals in foreign currencies cost 1.5%
This all makes Tomorrow Bank a great alternative to other smartphone banks that offer online banking in English such as N26 or Commerzbank.
By the way… In addition to the free Tomorrow bank account there is also the “Tomorrow Zero” account that costs 15 EUR/month. With this account you can offset your carbon footprint (the average German footprint of 11.3 tons/person) and you get unlimited free cash withdrawals. Banking and doing good… that’s great!
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