Euronet ATMs offer euro withdrawals in Hungary

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Some 200 of Euronet’s independent ATMs in Hungary are offering cash withdrawals in euros, combining the advantages of currency exchange at competitive rates with the availability and convenience of an ATM transaction, according to an announcement by the company today.

(Photo: Jessica Fejos)

With Euronet’s unique service, Hungarians can save money by skipping the step of converting forints to euros, the announcement notes. Euro cash withdrawals from Euronet ATMs happen instantly after the client inserts their card. Applied exchange rates are displayed on the screen of the ATM and euro banknotes are available in place of a regular cash withdrawal, 24/7, the announcement adds.

In addition to the new euro banknote dispensing service, Euronet’s ATMs will continue to offer services such as cash withdrawals, balance inquiry, mobile phone top-ups, and more, the announcement said.

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