Tuesday 16 January 2018

Bank of Ireland ATMs will not work for four hours tomorrow morning

Bank of Ireland on College Green. Photo: Collins Photos
Bank of Ireland on College Green. Photo: Collins Photos

Bank of Ireland have said that their ATMs will be out of service for a period of four hours tomorrow morning.

Due to maintenance, Bank of Ireland's ATMs will not work between 1am and 5am tomorrow morning.

The bank also confirmed that cards would not work in other ATMs during the scheduled outage.

The same maintenance work saw the bank's ATM's go offline from 3am to 7am in the early hours of Sunday morning.

In a statement the bank also advised about other impacts:

"Some ATM/debit card customers may also be unable to conduct point-of-sale transactions during the same period.

"Bank of Ireland credit card point-of-sale transactions will not be affected. Credit card holders won’t have service at Bank of Ireland ATMs but will have access to services at non-Bank of Ireland ATMs.

"Customers who top up their mobile phone credit using our 365 Online or our mobile and tablet apps will have the credit applied once the service has been fully restored.

The bank apologised to any customers for any inconvenience.

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