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  • Atom Bank has launched mobile mortgages
  • Atom Bank has launched mobile mortgages
    Janssem Cardoso (2016) ©

Atom Bank has launched mobile mortgages

Whether you want to book a cab, get food delivered, set up a prescription, or get a job, in the smartphone era, there’s probably an app for it. And now, there’s an app that lets you buy a house, too. Atom has become the first UK, app-based bank to offer customers mobile mortgages.



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