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TD Bank Launches Mobile Banking App for BlackBerry Devices

Posted by Jesse Shand On Feb - 2 - 2017

BlackBerry users, your wait is over. TD Bank has released its mobile banking app for the BlackBerry phone, the last group of smartphone users to get a dedicated banking app after the iPhone and Android devices.

Touted as America’s Most Convenient Bank, TD Bank announced its free mobile app is now available for BlackBerry devices. TD Bank branches are already open 7 days per week and they’re closed for only four holidays in a year.

With a mobile app, TD Bank customers enjoy extended access to their accounts. “As America’s Most Convenient Bank, we want our customers to have access to the information they need whenever they need it,” said Suzanne Poole, Executive Vice President, Retails Sales Strategy and Distribution, TD Bank.

TD Bank Mobile App Features

With the TD Bank mobile app, BlackBerry users can:

  • Check deposit, loan and credit card balances
  • Transfer funds
  • Make bill payments
  • Find local branch and ATM locations
  • View pending transactions and account history
  • Enroll in TD Debit Card Advance
  • Use the easy one-click option to call TD Bank’s 24/7 live customer service center

TD Bank Online Banking and its mobile apps are free and secure. To access the TD Bank mobile apps, customers must in enroll in TD Bank Online Banking first. Find out more about TD Bank’s new mobile banking app and try the online demo by visiting BlackBerry users can download the TD Bank app from the BlackBerry App World or visit this following link using the BlackBerry device’s mobile browser:

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TD Bank

TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank, is one of the 15 largest commercial banks in the United States with $142 billion in assets, and provides customers with a full range of financial products and services at more than 1,000 convenient locations from Maine to Florida. TD Bank, N.A., is headquartered in Cherry Hill, N.J., and Portland, Maine.


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