Source: Starling Bank
Starling Bank today welcomes the award-winning Onedox service to its in-app marketplace.
The integration of Onedox with Starling means that Starling customers will be able to view household bills, reminders and personalised opportunities to save on household bills, all within their Starling app.
Onedox is the smart way to manage all of your household bills, securely, conveniently and for free. It automatically collects your household bills and information across a range of sectors including energy, home media, mobile, streaming, car and home insurance. It provides convenient access and visibility of all of your household information in one place. The service automatically alerts you whenever new information is available or renewal dates are approaching so that you’re reminded not to default onto more expensive tariffs. Finally, it provides personalised recommendations for saving money by switching to new tariffs or suppliers.
Starling’s in-app Marketplace, launched in February 2018, offers its customers direct access to financial services and products securely on their phone. Starling has existing partnerships with other fintechs including pension provider PensionBee, digital investing services Wealthsimple and Wealthify, mortgage broker Habito, travel insurance provider Kasko, life insurance provider Anorak, and receipts and loyalty partner Flux. Starling has a pipeline of scores more partners that are expected to join its Marketplace in the near future.
Anne Boden, CEO of Starling Bank, said:
“With the addition of Onedox to our Marketplace we’ve taken another big step in helping our customers take control of their money. We are building a banking experience fit for the 21st Century, where the best financial products are available securely in one place,"
David Sheridan, CEO of Onedox, said:
“Onedox provides its customers with control over their household bills and acts like a digital PA to prevent families wasting time and money. Partnering with Starling provides scope for an ever more compelling consumer solution, whereby consumers can begin to get a single view of what they have been charged, why they have been charged, and what action they can take to reduce what they pay.”
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