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Banco 24 Horas

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Banco 24 Horas

Banco 24 Horas
Operating area Brazil
Members 34
ATMs 11,600
Founded 1982

Banco 24 Horas (English: 24-hour banking) is the biggest interbank network in Brazil, with a market share of 38% in the country. Operated by "Tecban" (Tecnologia Bancária S.A), Banco 24 Horas offers 11,600 ATMs [1] in more than 400 Brazilian cities.



  1. ^ "Quem somos". TecBan. 

External links

  • Official website
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