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123 (interbank Network)

Egyptian Banks Co. for Technological Advancement (EBC) provides the banking community in Egypt with a shared cash network commercially called "123".

Services

The "123" network links more than 30 Egyptian Banks supporting more than 1500 ATMs distributed all over Egypt. This network provides the banks' clients with direct access to their different accounts at any time and from anywhere through the ATMs carrying the "123" logo. This network is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

In addition, the "123" network is a gateway to MasterCard, Diners Club and American Express International networks. Moreover, it is linked to regional networks in the Persian Gulf states, NAPS in State of Qatar, Benefit in Kingdom of Bahrain and CSCBank SAL in Lebanon.

Benefits:

Member banks in the network

  1. Arab African International Bank
  2. Arab Banking Corporation - Egypt
  3. Bank of Alexandria
  4. Alexandria Commercial & Maritime Bank
  5. ARAB Bank
  6. Barclays - Egypt
  7. Banque du Caire
  8. Blom Bank (Misr Romanian Bank)
  9. Banque Misr
  10. BNP Paribas Le Caire
  11. Calyon Bank Egypt
  12. Cairo Far East Bank
  13. Commercial International Bank
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