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FNB Namibia replaces old ATMs

Sun, 29 September 2013 23:49
by Villager Reporter
Business

First National Bank Namibia has replaced all its old ATMs as part of its responsibility to providing its clients with world class banking solutions.
Brandon Brock Manager FNB ATM says the bank opted to replace all the ATMs as opposed to upgrading them, with a modern and fresh design which will provide greater access to safe, affordable and convenient channels.
“Technology is always improving and the old model ATMs are reaching the end of their useful life. To ensure that FNB stays at the forefront of technological advancement it has become necessary to replace the older devices. This improvement will result in a highly scalable platform and advanced hardware which will enable FNB to further enhance the scope of self-service features available at ATMs in the future. The new ATMs will also be more energy efficient, allowing the bank to reduce its carbon footprint and impact on the Namibian environment,” says Brock.  
According to FNB Namibia, the new machines are supposed to insure faster services, with anti skimming technologies built into them. The resolution of the screen has also been upgraded for better visuals.
“Our commitment to growing our ATM footprint remains and we are happy to say that one such site is Rundu where we will heed customer’s calls for more ATM’s in the near future.”
FNB Namibia has guaranteed that the bank is identifying new sites where the demand has outgrown the offer.