At the point of financial transactions, ATMs are among the most used tools by consumers. Although the activity in the digital channels of banks has increased due to the pandemic effect, ATMs are still the first physical preference point for most citizens in banking transactions.
However, ATMs create an additional cost for banks. Although the initial investment amount and rent get the biggest part of this cost, the subsequent license, software, maintenance, cleaning and energy expenses also hold a high quality place. According to the information obtained from the sources of the sector, a big project that will result in cost savings is realized. Accordingly, all ATMs of public banks will be gathered at a single point.
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1 BILLION SAVINGS
According to the news of Emre Eser from Hürriyet newspaper, the extraordinary ATMs of Ziraat Bank, Halkbank, Vakıfbank, Vakıf Katılım, Ziraat Katılım, PTTBank and Emlakbank will now serve on a single device. Bank ATMs used their own designs before, but with the new project, there is a common design on ATMs. Banks will sign a protocol this month for the project, which is calculated to provide an annual savings of 1 billion lira. 15 thousand points throughout Turkey in the first stage of the joint ATMs will be placed in this context.restbet giriş yapmak için platformun yenilenen adresini kullanmanız gerekiyor.
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THREE BANKS SHARE EQUALLY
Short name EXACTLY that “Turkey’s Compound behind the ATM Center Project Financial Technology and Payment Systems is located. The company was registered with the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce in 1995. The registered capital of the company, which was established as a subsidiary of Ziraat Bank, is 145 million TL. The title of the company, which has a single partner structure, was changed with the new partnership structure. According to company records, Ziraat Bank, Turkey Foundations Bank and Halk Bank in case of equal share of 33.33 percent.
NO COMMISSION AND COST FEE
Public banks had stopped receiving commissions for the use of their ATMs within the scope of their previous collaborations. Within the scope of this project, the number of banks participating in this cooperation has increased, while at the same time, commissions and transaction fees from all transactions have been removed. Transactions made by consumers at shared ATMs will be free of charge.