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I've noticed over the past 6 months thats Internet based easy access accounts saving rates are slowly going up.

A year or so ago you were lucky to get over 2.75% on a Internet based easy access account.

Now 3.10% gross looks quite common.

Sure its not great as its below inflation but its moving in the right direction.

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I've noticed over the past 6 months thats Internet based easy access accounts saving rates are slowly going up.

A year or so ago you were lucky to get over 2.75% on a Internet based easy access account.

Now 3.10% gross looks quite common.

Sure its not great as its below inflation but its moving in the right direction.

I've seen the same. Last year I saw Natwest were offering 2.89% and jumped at that. Today that rate is nowhere near the best, so I'm going to change again soon.

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I've noticed over the past 6 months thats Internet based easy access accounts saving rates are slowly going up.

A year or so ago you were lucky to get over 2.75% on a Internet based easy access account.

Now 3.10% gross looks quite common.

Sure its not great as its below inflation but its moving in the right direction.

Which ones? (I'm overseas so sometimes don't get all the latest info)

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Although the tie-in makes this still not quite as good as M&S (HSBC), it is encouraging (and about time) nonetheless

I am torn between these two...........................

C&G Three Year Step – Issue 3 - No opt out.........................4.25%........CHAPS IN.......CHEQUE OUT

http://www.cheltglos.co.uk/savings/fixed-rates/index.html

OR

3 Year Fixed Rate - £100 opt out fee......................................3.5%.................CHAPS IN..............BACS OUT......................

http://money.marksandspencer.com/save-invest/fixed-rate-savings/more-information/

THOUGHTS PEEPS...............................................

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I just came to this sub forum to post the exact same observation, and saw your thread. I think they have over the last fortnight started to ever so slightly tick upwards, eg Crock's Saver Reward, and a few others.

Ironically, LTSB reduced the interest on its Vantage current account recently, but some other banks are going in the opposite direction although only very moderately so far.

Be warned to check the variable rates and bonus expiration regularly, I have lost out aplenty from failing to do in recent months

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