Wise 4+

Money without borders

Wise Payments Ltd

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Money for here, there, and everywhere

170+ countries. 50 currencies. One card. This is the account built to save you money round the world.

Use money. Make money. Get Wise. Convert, send, receive and spend just like that. And we’re up to 6x cheaper on average than leading UK banks.

Join 15+ million people and businesses worldwide.

— Worldwide money transfers, universal savings —
• Send money to 70+ countries, fast
• Get the real exchange rate, like on Google, for every money transfer, for a tiny fee
• Over 50% of transfers are instant
• Secure your transfers with two-factor authentication

— The debit card that’s always got the right currency —
• Spend or withdraw money in more than 200 countries
• If you don’t have the local currency, we’ll auto-convert what you have with the lowest possible price
• Freeze and unfreeze your card, and update your virtual card whenever you like

— Get paid like a local —
• Get your own UK account number and sort code, European IBAN, US routing and account numbers, and more. As if you had local bank accounts around the world.
• Use these account details to get paid in multiple currencies for free, and for direct debits
• Keep up-to-date with instant push notifications for every transaction

— Hold 50 currencies and convert between them instantly —
• No monthly fee and no maintenance fee to keep money in your account, in most cases
• Convert between currencies instantly, at the real exchange rate, for a super-low fee

— Put your money to work with Assets —
• Try Interest or Stocks in a few taps. Only available in the UK and Singapore, for now
• Capital at risk. Wise Assets is a trading name of TINV Ltd, a business subsidiary created to carry out investment activities and regulated by the FCA

— A better business account for going global —
• Pay invoices and bills faster, at a better exchange rate
• Use account details to get paid by clients and customers around the world
• Connect to supported platforms like Amazon, Stripe, Xero, and more

Wise is regulated by the FCA in the UK, and by other authorities around the world.

Send from: GBP (British pound), EUR (Euro), USD (US dollar), AUD (Australian dollar), BGN (Bulgarian lev), BRL (Brazilian real), CAD (Canadian dollar), CHF (Swiss franc), CZK (Czech koruna), DKK (Danish krone), HKD (Hong Kong dollar), HUF (Hungarian forint), JPY (Japanese yen), MYR (Malaysian ringgit), NOK (Norwegian krone), NZD (New Zealand dollar), PLN (Polish zloty), RON (New Romanian leu), SEK (Swedish krona), SGD (Singapore dollar)

Send to: EUR (Euro), USD (US dollar), GBP (British pound), AED (UAE dirham), ARS (Argentine peso), AUD (Australian dollar), BDT (Bangladeshi taka), BGN (Bulgarian lev), BRL (Brazilian real), CAD (Canadian dollar), CHF (Swiss franc), CLP (Chilean peso), CNY (Chinese yuan), CRC (Costa Rican colón), CZK (Czech koruna), DKK (Danish krone), EGP (Egyptian pound), GHS (Ghanaian cedi), GEL (Georgian lari), HKD (Hong Kong dollar), HUF (Hungarian forint), IDR (Indonesian rupiah), ILS (Israeli shekel), INR (Indian rupee), JPY (Japanese yen), KES (Kenyan shilling), KRW (South Korean won), LKR (Sri Lankan rupee), MAD (Moroccan dirham), MXN (Mexican peso), MYR (Malaysian ringgit), NPR (Nepalese rupee), NOK (Norwegian krone), NZD (New Zealand dollar), PEN (Peruvian sol), PHP (Philippine peso), PKR (Pakistan rupee), PLN (Polish zloty), RON (Romanian leu), SEK (Swedish krona), SGD (Singapore dollar), THB (Thai baht), TRY (Turkish lira), UAH (Ukrainian hryvnia), VND (Vietnamese dong), ZAR (South African rand), ZMW (Zambian kwacha)

What’s New

Version 8.39

We fixed bugs and made minor improvements.

Happy sending, spending, and saving!

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
48.8K Ratings

48.8K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

Sending money to friends and family in other countries can be a pricey proposition, unless you can find a way to avoid the unfavourable currency exchange rates set by banks. TransferWise uses the standard exchange rate—not your bank’s—when you wire money abroad. It’s remarkably streamlined and easy to use, especially for frequent transfers, and it’ll save you plenty of dollars, pounds, euros, zloty…whatever money means to you.

Fifike ,

So far the best banking app for multi currencies!

Wise is the best banking service for single and or multi currencies with physical and virtual card. Instant transfers, instant conversion between account currency, and the rest.
The transfer fee is relatively low. The only negative that I can say is the currency exchange rate to sell back currency is not good. But you still can get it in a few click and seconds in the wise account or transferred into your bank account.
I cannot appraise the virtual card option enough! I was hacked 4 times in the past 2 years after using my other cards for online purchases.
Wise has the option for a new virtual card that has lots of extra security features. You can delete it than generate a new one with a complete new set of numbers in a second. You can copy card details, account details from screen in the app then paste the info into an other website. … I highly recommend it! Made my travelling and spending my with card much easier and safer! Oh and my favourite feature is I can have one card for all currencies, I can withdraw in the country and abroad. The card detect the currency and it deduct the transaction from the matching currency account! How good is that?! Brilliant! 🙌

Santa Saurus ,

Account closed as soon as I sent a larger sum of money

I’ve only used Wise for about and month and my account has been deactivated without any reason for why. I was going to use Wise to exchange my GBP into EUR as I’m moving from the UK to Europe next month for university so I need EUR to fund uni and for spending while I’m living there. I sent just under £3000 from my bank to Wise to carry out the exchange but they did not accept the money for around 2 days (running security checks I believe which is normal), usually a transfer takes seconds so I assume it’s because I sent a larger sum of money. I contacted customer support and they said no money had come through, yet my bank claimed the money was accepted so I’m not sure how neither of them can not have my money. Anyway, the following day when I woke up to check if the money had come through, I’m slapped in the face with ‘account deactivated’. I’m then offered an appeal option so I can either provide evidence for why I’m not some scam artist or thief but just a student looking to send large sums of his hard earned money into his new homeland, however this appeal link did not work. They decided to indefinitely close my account without considering my appeal. Fortunately I didn’t have any money in my wise account so there’s no trouble there, and my £3000 transfer did turn up back in my original bank so Wise clearly had it. I’m just disappointed I wasn’t able to use Wise as it would greatly help me in the near future.

App Privacy

The developer, Wise Payments Ltd, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Other Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Financial Info
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Contacts
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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