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Cahoot Internet Banking

Despite not having launched a digital TV service yet (and it's not that important, is it?), the rest of Cahoot's technology suite is pretty much in order. Before we look at Cahoot internet banking, you might also like to know that current and credit accounts can be accessed from your mobile phone (using WAP). There's a telebanking service which gives you access to balances and statements over the phone, allows you to make inter-account transfers, and even send money to other accounts you've set up online. Great for those long boring car journeys. You can also set up account alerts by text message (SMS); for example to tell you when a large payment has been made, or your account balance falls below a certain level (or both!).
As you can imagine, most of the setting up for all these service happens online, and the Cahoot internet banking service is key to holding all this mobile stuff together. There's no demo for Cahoot online banking, which we think is rather bad marketing; but it does work correctly, allowing movement of funds between accounts, execution and scheduling of fund transfers to other people, statement and balance enquiries etc. The design is not as impressive as Egg; but remember- Egg don't have a current account; and the benefits may well outweigh the small niggles.