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By | John Oates 8th February 2007 15:55

Royal Bank of Scotland picks Morse for mobile banking

Monilink's the money

The Royal Bank of Scotland has chosen Morse to provide its mobile banking service, which already counts HSBC, First Direct, and Alliance and Leicester as customers.

Morse will run the service through its Monilink network - a joint venture with the LINK interchange network (which runs the UK's ATM network).

The deal with the Royal Bank means 35 per cent of LINK's 85 million card holders will have access to the service.

Morse confirmed that the rest of its business is trading in line with expectations, and says more deals in the banking sector can be expected.

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