Thursday, January 31, 2008

£10 free by signing up Monilink for Mobile Banking

Monilink is a mobile service from famous ATM company that allows you to manage your bank account like viewing statement, transfer money with most UK banks.

I just noticed Monilink is giving £10 credit to your bank account when you sign up 1 free account with them.

But there is a small print, it seems today is the last day for registration. Since I won't be able to get my passcode on time as it will be sent to home address, I might not get £10. I extracted the small print from their term & condition.

If a customer registers more than one account the £10 payment will be made to the first account which is registered for MONILINK™ Mobile Banking provided the registration meets the eligibility criteria. Payment will be made within 35 days of the first transaction, provided that this occurs between 1st October 2007 and 31st January 2008 and that MONILINK™ Mobile Banking has not been cancelled in the meantime.


Anonymous said...


For HSBC & first direct customers the offer of £10 when you sign up for MONILINK mobile phone banking has been extended until the end of Feb 2008. Free usage has also been extended until 31st August 2008.

For A&L customers you will receive £5 if you join and use the service before the 31st May 2008. Free usage has also been extended until 31st August 2008.

RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank customers will receive £10 if they sign up and use the service before 4th Feb 2008. Free usage has also been extended until 31st July 2008.

Brian Lim said...

Brilliant. I got a reply from the Customer Support to indicate I'm eligible for £10.

Good Morning Sir,

On this occasion we are happy to honour your request as you have managed to sign up before the closure date. As soon as you receive your CAN through the post if you can make a balance enquiry or a mini-statement the incentive will be directed to you from that point.

Kind Regards,

Michael Oakley
Technical Support

eclipse said...

This is new for me, thanks for sharing this post.