Most Swedes can withdraw or deposit cash without traveling more than 25 km

Wednesday 8 December 2021 | 14:07 CET | News
Swedish communications regulator PTS said access to cash withdrawal and deposit facilities are currently within the geographic limits. It said that 0.25 percent of Sweden's population has more than 25 km to go to the nearest place for cash withdrawals, below the regulatory limit of 0.30 percent. It said 1.05 percent of people have over 25 km to travel to make cash deposits, which is under the 1.22 percent limit.

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