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Ways to bank

There are lots of ways you can do your banking with us - online, on your mobile or over the phone - or all of them at once. Whatever's easiest. And, you can even visit an HSBC branch or the Post Office® if you need to pay in a cheque or carry out a counter transaction.

Internet Banking

Manage your money online with first direct Internet Banking - it's simple, straightforward and secure, so you can manage your money any time, any place, safely and easily.

More about Internet Banking

Mobile Banking

Our Banking on the go App sits on your smartphone or tablet and lets you manage your money anywhere you have Wi-Fi or mobile internet reception - the ultimate in portable control.

Find out more about Banking on the go


Pay your contacts with Paym

Use Paym to send money to other contacts who are also signed up - all you need is their mobile number.

Find out more about Paym

Apple pay

Apple Pay

Leave the debit and credit card in your wallet and pay for things with your iPhone, iPad or Apple watch.

iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch are trademarks of Apple Inc.

Find out more about Apple Pay

Android pay

Android Pay

Use the Android Pay App to make payments through your phone and leave your debit and credit cards in your wallet.

Android™ is a trade mark of Google Inc.

Find out more about Android Pay

Phone Banking

Call us any time, day or night, seven days a week, 365 days a year - your call will always be answered by a real human being, right here in the UK.

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Internet Banking Plus

All your money, all in one place - see your first direct balances alongside your other bank accounts, mortgage, utility bills and even loyalty schemes, with just a single password.

Learn more about Internet Banking

Text Message Banking

Get alerts and balance updates automatically to your phone.

Learn more about Text Message Banking

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If you need to, you can visit any HSBC branch or UK Post Office®, where you'll be able to pay in and withdraw cash, deposit cheques and carry out a few other handy transactions.

Read more about what you can do in these branches