You'll soon be 25!

Now's the time to go for the account that’s right for you

You'll soon be 25!

Now's the time to go for the account that’s right for you

At KBC, you can choose between two types of current account: a Basic or a Plus Account. Our Basic Account lets you bank for free. Our Plus Account gives you a number of added extras that will cost you just 2.5 euros a month once you turn 25. Which one suits you best is up to you. If you decide to switch account, however, you can do it in a snap.

Check out the benefits of our current accounts

  KBC Basic Account KBC Plus Account
Cost Free of charge 2.50 euros/month
Credit card From 1 euro/month extra
Second debit card 0.50 euros/month
Personalised debit card 16 euros
Cash withdrawals in euros at other banks in Europe 0.50 euros/transaction
Cash withdrawals in euros at counters 1.50 euros/transaction
Online banking
Free service available through KBC Mobile: digital safe

Apple Pay

Prefer to keep the account you have now?

Then you don't have to do a thing. You'll get to keep your account number, debit card and all the services that you have at present.

Prefer to switch account?

If you'd like to switch to or from a Basic or Plus Account, make sure you do so at least one month before your birthday.

Switching account with KBC Mobile or KBC Touch

Switching to another account is easy using KBC Mobile or KBC Touch.

All you have to do is:

KBC Mobile

  1. Log in to KBC Mobile
  2. Select the current account you want to change
  3. Open the ‘Manage’ tab
  4. Tap ‘Account type
  5. Hit ‘Upgrade your account’ to convert your KBC Basic Account into a KBC Plus Account
  6. Continue using your existing account number and debit card

KBC Touch

  1. Log in to KBC Touch
  2. Select the current account you want to change
  3. Open the ‘Manage’ tab
  4. Click ‘Account type
  5. Hit ‘Upgrade your account’ to convert your KBC Basic Account into a KBC Plus Account
  6. Continue using your existing account number and debit card

Simulate a personal loan and then apply

Work out now how much you'd pay every month for your personal loan and apply online.

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When you turn 60, or 10 years after starting to save for your pension, you pay a one-off favourable-rate final tax.
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