If you are a registered user, log in to Digital Banking and from the home page go to the "Accounts" section and select "Get a new account". You will not need to submit supporting documents during the online process, but it is necessary that your details are up to date. You can update them through eGov-KYC or your profile.
Next, you choose the type of account between e-Value, Value Plus, Simple Current and Simple Savings.
You are then informed and you accept the terms of the product. For the e-Value and Value Plus accounts you may choose between a monthly or annual subscription depending on the privileges you desire. In addition to selecting the account, if you don't already own one, you can get a debit card and then sign up for the go4more program.
Now, you confirm your personal information and enter the OTP to complete the process.
Finally, after the transaction is completed, you can print the receipt.
Do you want more information?
You can open up to 6 accounts in total. The accounts you can open through Digital Banking are: current, savings, e-Value, and Value plus.
At the moment you can open a joint account only by visiting an NBG branch.
To open an account you need to have your bank details up to date (identity card, contact phone number, VAT number, financial-transaction profile, profession). If they are not up to date, you can update them through your profile.
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