The advantages of online banking speak for themselves: You can easily move money between accounts, check balances whenever you want, and pay bills. Some banks offer online bill pay free; others charge a nominal amount. Ally offers free online bill pay as part of our Interest Checking Account.
Opening an online bank account with Ally is easy. The only difference from a conventional account is that everything is done electronically. If you will be using a check to make the opening deposit, you will need to send it by mail, which will entail a short delay.
Online banking is great for anyone who wants to easy access to their bank no matter where they are. For instance, as an online bank, Ally doesn't charge ATM fees nationwide and Ally Bank reimburses for ATM fees other banks charge, meaning every ATM in the U.S. is in your network. And it's simple to transfer money between your Ally Interest Checking and Online Savings accounts, something that gives you easy access to your money.
Shop for the best interest rates on your online bank accounts the same way you would for rates on traditional bank accounts.
Take a look at Ally's online banking products such as the Online Savings Account, as well as our Money Market and Interest Checking accounts, and see all that we have to offer.
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