(On the form, where it says )After opening your account, you can contact the bank online or by phone: They have service hotlines, usually with a German landline number, so don’t worry about extra fees.From my experience as a DKB customer, the service on the phone is pretty good, until now I always spoke to well informed clerks who could give me answers quickly and straight to the point. So they start asking “Where’s the nearest Sparkasse ATM”, or “Where the next Cash group? Often when I am out with friends, one of them needs to get more cash.So with this accounts, you have to know that you will be limited when you need cash.See Comdirect screenshots at Open a comdirect account*The last two offers in my list are also free, but per default they come without a credit card: Also regarding withdrawals, you are limited to Cash group machines (Norisbank) or Sparkasse ATMs (1822direkt). Some banks even allow one in Austria or Switzerland, just check the first line of the table.
While not game changing, this virtual card is a nifty little feature that could finally give users a reason to use Square Cash over Venmo, its Pay Pal-owned competitor.
I’ve been a happy customer for 6 years now, still enjoying it and I’ve never been disappointed.
Their best feature however is: free money withdrawal at ATMs, worldwide.
The service was much better than I was used to having at the branch banks, where I was a customer years before. Here comes an overview of free bank accounts and how to open a bank account in Germany – no matter if you are a German or a foreigner.
Again, with N26 you even get the service in English. Let’s see it more condensed: Paying fees for your bank account?