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  • Orange Bank is a mobile bank that values the branch
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Orange Bank is a mobile bank that values the branch

Orange was founded in France in 1988 and, almost 30 years later, it boasts 269 million customers globally. For those in the motherland, it’s launched Orange Bank; a mobile-first bank that'll see Orange stores double as bank branches, extending the convenience of digital banking into the physical world.

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