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Spain-based Banco Santander (SAN.MC) has reduced its reward account costs in Abbey and Alliance and Leicester, its units in the UK.

The bank said that reward account costs in Abbey and Alliance & Leicester (A&L) have been reduced to half until December 13th. The packaged accounts, which offer a variety of benefits and a six per cent AER, have had their prices slashed to GBP5 a month for three months.

The bank had previously introduced a new fixed-rate bond through its three banks, Abbey, A&L and Bradford & Bingley, with four per cent gross/AER.

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Date:Nov 13, 2009
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