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Revolut Business celebrates 500,000 customers with a new look and functionality
Revolut Business celebrates 500,000 customers with a new look and functionality
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Revolut Business celebrates 500,000 customers with a new look and functionality

By Amelia Tomasicchio - 8 Oct 2020

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In just three years since its launch, Revolut Business, the fintech account for companies, announced today that it has reached half a million customers across Europe

The goal of Revolut Business is to support companies of every size and every sector in the world and to do this and also celebrate the new result, the team decided to announce new products, updated interface and navigation, more mobile functionality and dark mode in the app.

Recently Revolut Business has implemented a new product line that includes debit cards, instant SEPA transfers, INR transfers, direct debits, expense management, Open Banking so that companies can link other accounts to Revolut Rewards which offers discounts on useful services and integrations with key partners such as Quickbooks, Sage and Clear Books.

In addition, the company has also made available to Business customers exclusive Metal cards, made of stainless steel and weighing 18 grams. With a professional and distinctive look, they are available in five colors: black, gold, rose gold, space grey and silver.

Metal cards can be used online and in person like any other Revolut Business contactless card.

In addition to Metal cards, premium customers also have access to:

  • Forex without hidden commissions. Paid Business accounts can have currency exchange up to €10K, €50K or unlimited, depending on the plan chosen;
  • A monthly limit for free local and international payments;
  • A suite of time-saving tools, such as the expense management tool.

Customers with paid plans receive one, two or five metal cards, depending on the plan type. 

Currently, metal cards are only available for business plans, while freelancers will only have access to metal cards in the near future.

Amelia Tomasicchio
Amelia Tomasicchio

As expert in digital marketing, Amelia began working in the fintech sector in 2014 after writing her thesis on Bitcoin technology. Previously author for Cointelegraph and CMO at Eido. She is now the co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Cryptonomist.

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