Canada’s first home-banking service

In 1983, Bank of Montreal was the only bank in Canada to participate in a bank-at-home research project, which enabled select customers to make transactions at home, using a keyboard computer terminal attached to their TV set and telephone. The service was created with farmers and rural business owners in mind, allowing them to access their account information no matter how far they lived from their Bank of Montreal branch.


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