21:46 5 May 2020
Post by: WBJ

Revolut with over 1 mln customers in Poland

Revolut with over 1 mln customers in Poland
Source: Revolut (via Instagram)

Revolut officially announced that the number of its customers in Poland has exceeded the threshold of 1 million. According to the company's information, Polish clients have spent over PLN 1 billion on the platform it has offered since the beginning of the year, and over PLN 3.5 billion over the past 12 months. 

Interestingly, if the number of Revolut customers were compared to the number of customers in the banking sector, it would turn out that it is currently the 11th bank with the largest number of customers in Poland, ahead of Citi Handlowy, Bank Pocztowy and Bank Ochrony Środowiska.

Revolut has a banking license to operate in the European Union. The company has just opened its bank in Lithuania, and in the near future plans to start operations in this form also in other countries of the region, including Poland.

Recently, the company conducted a Revolut Money Report study. As part of it, fintech analyzed in what situations Poles most often reach for its services.

As it turned out, most often the company's customers pay using the shopping platform made available to them (22 percent of the value of all expenses). Next, in terms of value of expenses, were services and products included in the "travel" category (17 percent).

According to company representatives, due to the current quarantine, using Revolut online is becoming increasingly popular. 



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