Welcome to the UK – choose us as your current account

If you have recently arrived in the UK, you will more than likely need an account to pay your wages into and a card to pay for things!

Getting a bank account can at time be problematic however applying for an icount could be the first best decision you make once you arrive!

Think of it as a High Street current Account, it could be a great foundation to you getting to grips with things…and not just the UK weather!

Remember, you are 100% guaranteed to be accepted* – there are no credit checks or minimum income needed to qualify

Apply today to receive your account number and sort code within minutes*


Running short on funds? Apply for an overdraft of up to £250 to prevent bills mounting up

Students & University

Students benefit considerably by utilising icount, paving the way for healthy money management.

Online Shopping

Shop online or in store wherever you see the MasterCard Acceptance Mark for those everyday purchases.

Paying Bills

Pay for your essential and everyday bills with icount whether online, in store or over the phone.

Protecting your purchases

Safeguarding you against the unexpected, all accounts come with FREE purchase protection.

Current Account

icount is a great alternative to a mainstream bank account and you are guaranteed to be accepted.*


Whether for personal budgeting or household money sharing. Keep on track with icount.

Financial difficulties

Struggling to open a bank account due to debt problems? We can help.


Get cashback & exclusive rewards when you shop online with icount.

Improve credit rating

Add the award winning Creditbuilder facility to your Pay Monthly account - 0% APR Representative.

New to the UK?

Recently arrived to the UK and unable to open a bank account? Try icount as an alternative.

Business Account

You can download your transactions and submit for your work expenses...and apply for a business account.

Pay Monthly or Pay As You Go

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Updated on 2015-12-21T14:22:56+00:00, by Paul Gailey.