It’s official, we’re celebrating 3.5 million customers!
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve reached another milestone! Here’s what’s coming up next for N26.
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It hasn’t been long since we hit a milestone of 2.5 million customers globally, and we’re delighted to share some exciting news. We couldn’t be happier to report smashing through another goal – we’ve reached 3.5 million customers worldwide!
This also means that our company is growing at lightning speed; we’re proud to be a truly global employer with over 1300 employees across 60 nationalities. As well as headquarters in Berlin, offices in New York and São Paulo, and TechHubs in Barcelona and Vienna, we now have 24 markets under our belt, including our first non-Euro account in the United Kingdom. This means that N26 is well and truly on its way to becoming a global bank – and there’s no intention of slowing down.
We’re moving full steam ahead and alongside plans to enter the Brazilian market later this year, we’re also taking things stateside. With a launch in the US imminent, we’re very excited to reach even more customers to offer a mobile banking experience that’s simple and flexible, without any hidden fees.
We couldn’t have done this alone, though. We want to extend a thank you to all of our customers for their continued support and trust.
Around half of new customers join N26 because of recommendations from family and friends who are already existing customers. If you’re one of our happy customers, then you can share N26 with your friends and family. Learn more about our referral scheme, send them an invite and get rewarded here.
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