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Temporary ATMs for Tourists
July 9, 2008 By A.R.    
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Bankomat 24/Euronet Sp. z o.o., Poland's largest ATM network owner and operator, plans to install seasonal ATMs in 10 popular tourist destinations across the country. The machines will be available throughout the summer until mid-September.

The company plans to install ATMs in the coastal resorts of Jastrzębia Góra, Jastarnia, Łeba, Krynica Morska, Niechorze, Pobierowo, Dźwirzyno and Darłówko Zachodnie. Seasonal ATMs will also be available in Malbork, in northern Poland, and in Solina, southeastern Poland.

"Seasonal ATMs will help tourists access cash in small but popular towns where few stores and souvenir stands accept credit cards," said Marek Szafirski, vice-president of Euronet in Poland. "In this way, the towns will become more attractive for tourists."

Euronet has more than 1,300 ATMs in Poland, and it also manages 1,400 ATMs owned by various banks. In the future, the company plans to launch 300-400 new machines a year. Euronet's ATMs handle more than 15 million transactions a month, 25 percent of all ATM transactions in Poland.
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