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Barclays Internet Banking

Barclays internet banking is available to most customers, free of charge. Currently, using Barclays internet banking you can check the balance on your accounts and view statements, pay bills, and transfer money between your accounts or indeed to any other UK bank account.
Typically, you can also apply for plenty of other Barclays services like a loan, overdraft or savings bond, but that's not so much a benefit as a sales tool!

The facility to set up or change regular payments (e.g. standing orders) is very helpful- if you're allergic to paper forms that need posting this could be very helpful. It's also useful if you find yourself looking at a statement and wondering who got what and when.

Another nice touch which some banks don't offer is the chance to download account information into your own software package. If you do your home accounts in Excel or Sage, this will save you plenty of typing.

And finally, Barclays internet banking have made the effort to hook everything up to their sister company, the Woolwich. So if you have a Woolwich mortgage (or Openplan account) you can also perform those account operations here too.