Switch to us
Just €4 a month for all your everyday current account banking
Available to Republic of Ireland residents aged 18 or over. Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply. Charges for additional services apply. A guide to personal accounts fees and interest
Important Changes: From 19 April we are changing the fee for maintaining the account (monthly maintenance fee) from €4 to €2, introducing new transaction fees and making changes to how the balance waiver works. Customers aged 66 or over are not impacted by this change. Find out more.
This tool provides an indication of the potential savings you could make by switching to us based on the information you provided. The savings are worked out by calculating what you may currently pay for a Bank of Ireland or AIB current account, and subtracting the fees you may pay with us for a current account. Annual Government stamp duty applies to debit cards.*Automated Teller Machines.
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Further information and support
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Simply download the following Switching Pack, complete the Account Transfer Form and return it to your local branch.
Do I have to close my old account?
You can choose to switch your current account and close your old account, or switch all your Direct Debits and standing orders but keep your old account open. Just let us know what you want to do when completing your switch application.
I already have an Ulster Bank current account. How do I make the switch?
If you would like to switch your standing orders and direct debits into an existing Ulster Bank account, please visit your local Ulster Bank branch and we will help you complete your switch.
Can I switch my account if I am overdrawn?
Yes, and we may be able to provide facilities to help you pay off any overdraft, subject to our normal lending criteria. If this isn’t the case you must make separate arrangements to repay your old bank or building society what you owe.