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Nationwide introduces mobile top-ups at ATMs

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The UK's Nationwide Building Society has begun rolling out pre-paid mobile phone top-up services across its branch-based ATMs.

The service allows members with debit cards to top-up their pay-as-you-go mobile phones at branch-based cash machines, although Nationwide says the service will also be available at a few off-site machines.

Customers with Virgin, Orange, O2, Vodafone, Tesco Mobile and T-Mobile phones can use the top-up service. Card-account customers of the Co-op Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland, NatWest, Lloyds TSB and Allied Irish Bank can also purchase airtime at the Nationwide ATMs.

Stuart Bernau, Nationwide's executive director, says: "With so many people using mobiles, we wanted to give consumers the opportunity to top up their phones 24 hours a day with no additional charge to that of the service provider."

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