European payments are free at LHV
Calculate how much money you will save if you make your transfers from LHV

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Service charges comparison table

An average Estonian private customer with a sample profile makes 5 intrabank and 3 European payments a month, uses one debit card, and withdraws up to 100 euros from ATMs a month. This private customer will save up to 26,88 euros per year by banking at LHV.

Monthly account fee0,00 €0,00 €0,30 €0,00 €0,00 €
5 intrabank payments0,00 €0,80 €0,80 €0,00 €0,00 €
3 European payments0,00 €1,10 €1,10 €1,10 €0,60 €
1 bank card (monthly fee)1,00 €0,96 €1,00 €1,50 €1,50 €
100 € cash withdrawal0,00 €0,00 €0,00 €0,00 €0,7 €
Total per month1,00 €2,90 €3,24 €2,64 €2,79 €
Per year12 €34,80 €38,88 €31,68 €33,48 €

The data used for compiling the comparison table was published on the websites of the credit institutions as at 22 October 2019.

Did you know that
e-identification takes only a few minutes and you can do it without leaving home at your convenience.

Did you know that
if you perform 10 transfers each month, you will save nearly 45 € per year in comparison with other banks.

Did you know that
when paying with your Partner Bank Card in Kaubamaja Group shops (including Selver) you could earn up to triple the bonus points?

Did you know that
from other ATMs in Estonia and Europe you can withdraw cash just for 1 €.

Did you know that
the premature repayment of your home loan is free at LHV.

Did you know that
a person who has opened an Entrepreneur Account has no obligation to register as an entrepreneur or to keep a record of income and expenses.

Did you know that
with an LHV Growth Account you can begin investing with as little as 1 € per month.

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