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  2. Welcome to Ulster Bank. Our extensive personal banking products include bank accounts, mortgages, credit cards, loans and more. Visit today to see how we can serve you.

  3. Ulster Bank Ireland DAC. A private company limited by shares, trading as Ulster Bank, Ulster Bank Group, Banc Uladh, Lombard and Ulster Bank Invoice Finance. Registered in Republic of Ireland. Registered No 25766. Registered Office: Ulster Bank Head Office, Block B, Central Park, Leopardstown, Dublin 18, D18 N153.

  4. Online banking - Ways To Bank | Ulster Bank

    The simple, secure way to manage your money Anytime Banking is available to customers aged 11+ with an Ulster Bank account. The mobile app is available to customers with Anytime Banking, compatible iOS and Android devices and a Republic of Ireland or international mobile number in specific countries. Useful links Sign up for Anytime Banking

  5. Anytime Internet Banking | Ulster Bank

    Get started on Anytime Everyday banking for smaller businesses Our Anytime Internet Banking service gives you the flexibility to manage your money at any time 365 days a year, from the comfort of your own home. View all your accounts View and manage both your personal and business accounts together. Our mobile banking app

  6. Log in to Ulster Bank Anytime Internet Banking

    Log in to Ulster Bank Anytime Internet Banking Anytime Internet Banking Log in - step 1 Choose how you'd like to log in. You can use your customer number or your card number. Customer number This is your date of birth (DDMMYY) followed by your unique identification number. Forgotten your login details? Card number Remember me. What does this mean?

  7. Ulster Bank | Our brands | NatWest Group

    Ulster Bank was established in Belfast in 1836. After 24 years of growth in Ulster, it began its expansion across the rest of Ireland in 1860. Innovation has always been at the heart of how the bank delivers for its customers – it was the first bank to introduce a drive-in bank in 1961 and the first ATM in 1968.

  8. Ulster Bank credit cards to cease working from today

    Those wishing to close their credit card accounts can also do so through the phone line or online hub. Ulster Bank has said its remaining 63 branches will cease carrying out transactions for ...