Revolut Junior is now called Revolut

Revolut has revised its offer for young users: In addition to the change of name from Revolut Junior to Revolut <18 the performance has also been given a new coat of paint in a yellow robe. The offer is still aimed at 6 to 17 year old users. In the course of the redesign, the product was also given new functions. And they called numbers: Round 56.000 of the 1.6 million new users are based in the DACH region. The new coat of paint should look a little more "grown-up" here and give the target group their space with more personalization options.

New would be the P2P payments, i.e. payments from user to user. Sending and receiving now happens in seconds directly in the app – as usual from Revolut with a personal touch of a message or a GIF.

Keyword personalization: Revolut also runs a Revolut feature for adults on: the personalized cards. The debit cards can be individualized with images, text and emojis as well as freehand sketches. The design process can be carried out directly in the app.

Otherwise there is the usual “Revolut Junior”. The account is free and can be activated via the parent’s or guardian’s app. In this way, the parents always have an overview of the children’s expenses. Children from 000 years can also register themselves with the appropriate consent. Revolut <17 includes a virtual debit card, an optional physical card can also be ordered free of charge. This can also be integrated into Google and Apple Pay (we reported).

In terms of P2P payments, as the new terms of use for October reveal, something will also happen with adults. There you add some new features to Payments can then be sent and received via links. The link remains unchanged and can be used permanently to receive payments (quasi as we know it from PayPal). The option to send payments via card transfer will then also be added to the payment links – in addition to being able to access the Revolut account, users without Revolut can also transfer from their own bank account.

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