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Abbey’s broker app tops 1,000 downloads

  • 19/11/2012
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Abbey’s broker app tops 1,000 downloads
Abbey for Intermediaries’ mobile phone app has been downloaded by brokers over 1,000 times in the week since launch.

The lender launched the app for iPhone earlier this month. It offers notifications of new products, rates and service updates, hints and tips and a link to Abbey’s mortgage application tracking system.

Miguel Sard, managing director of Abbey for Intermediaries, said that feedback from brokers had been overwhelmingly positive.

“We are delighted that our new iPhone app has been so well received.

“The app is designed to support intermediaries who are away from the office with the latest information on our products and service, and the feedback from our intermediary partners has been extremely positive.

“We would encourage those haven’t yet done so to try it out and see how it can help keep them up-to-date when they’re on the move.”

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