0843 290 7196
Ulster Bank is a large personal and business bank based in Ireland.
Ulster Bank Numbers:
|Ulster Bank||Phone Number|
|Head Office||0843 290 7196|
|Customer Service||0843 290 7196|
|Complaints||0843 290 7196|
Ulster Bank Opening Hours
|Telephone Banking||24/7, 7 days a week|
Ulster Bank Head Office
|Ulster Bank||11-16 Donegall Square E, Belfast BT1 5UB|
Reasons to call Ulster Bank Telephone Banking:
- To open a new account.
- To check your account balance.
- To apply for a loan, credit card or mortgage.
- To extend your overdraft.
- To report your card as lost or stolen.
- To report fraudulent activity on your account.
- To make a complaint to Ulster Bank.
There is a range of different current accounts available from Ulster Bank. The everyday current account is useful for normal banking. For £9 a month, you can get a Gold account with a range of extra benefits. The Private account comes with your own relationship manager and a support team as well as a range of financial rates and services, for people who earn more than £75,000 per year. If you’re a student, you can get a student account or a graduate account when you leave. There is also an account for people under the age of 18.
You can apply for an overdraft to be added to your current account, for peace of mind if an unexpected bill comes out of your account. When you set it up, you’re made aware of fees and interest rates and you can remove it or change the limit whenever you wish.
You can put your money to good use by putting it into a savings account. There are several to choose from, such as a cash ISA or help to buy ISA, for tax-free savings, instant access accounts or ones with fixed term rates, for either medium or longer terms. You can also get savings accounts designed specifically for saving towards your child’s future.
If you are looking to purchase your first home, move to a bigger one to make space for your family, buy to rent out or switch for a better rate, there is a range of mortgage products which may suit you. You can find out how much you could borrow from the Ulster Bank website and both new and existing customers will get the same interest rates. Ulster Bank will also pay the mortgage valuation fee on your behalf.
You could use an Ulster Bank loan to pay off existing debts, get a new car, embark on a home improvement project or go on your dream holiday. You can borrow anywhere between £1000 and £25,000 and arrange for affordable monthly payments. You can even apply for the loan online for a quick decision and potential payment the next working day. There is no obligation when you ask for a quote.
There are several types of credit card available to Ulster Bank customers. They include a clear rate card, with a low-interest rate for interest-free spending and the student credit card for undergraduates. The credit cards are Mastercard, which means that they are accepted by the majority of retailers across the world. They also have contactless technology to allow you to pay for items under £30. You’ll also get access to Mastercard perks, such as early access to concert tickets.
It’s important to protect things that matter to you,so that they can be replaced or looked after. Ulster Bank can provide you with home insurance, life insurance, and over 50’s life cover. The Home Insurance product offers you cover for both the structure of your home and its contents so that you are protected from everything such as floods, bad building work, and burglary.
If you own a business, Ulster Bank has a range of financial services to help you. The Startup Business Current Account can help you get your business idea in motion, or if you work with foreign currency, you can set up an account specifically for this. You can also arrange for a business loan or overdraft, if you need a little extra help with your finances. You can manage your business account using telephone banking, online banking, via the Ulster Bank app or in branch, whichever method works best for you.
Popular questions about Ulster Bank
Where is Ulster Bank in London?
There are no branches of Ulster Bank outside of Ireland, so you won’t find a branch of the bank in London unfortunately. There are lots of other ways to bank with the company, such as online or using the telephone banking number on this page.
What is Ulster Bank card reader?
The Ulster Bank card reader is a security device. You input your card into the device (similar to a card reader in shops) and it generates a unique code which you use to do your banking online. This method makes it incredibly difficult for cyber criminals to compromise your account. You won’t need it for everything you do via online banking, just when you set up new payments or change something like your PIN that you use to log in.
How to download Ulster Bank app?
You can download the Ulster Bank app from the Google Play Store if you have an Android phone, or the Apple App Store if you have an iPhone. It is free to download.
Are Ulster Bank notes legal tender in the UK?
No, Northern Irish banknotes are not actually legal tender in the UK. Some retailers will still accept them from customers, but they are not required to legally accept them.
About Ulster Bank
The Ulster Bank was established in 1836 by shareholders from the National Bank of Ireland after they objected to plans that the bank had to invest in London rather than Belfast. In 1917, the bank was acquired by the National Westminster Bank before eventually becoming part of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group in 2000. The bank has 146 branches across the Republic of Ireland and 90 in Northern Ireland.
For more about Ulster Bank services, call the number on this page.