Cash machine use reaches new record

The use of cash machines in the UK hit a record level in 2011, with £191 billion withdrawn over the year.

ATMs were used 2.87 billion times over the year, so the average withdrawal was £67 on each visit.

One reason for the increase in use was due to the rise in the number of ATMs in the network which dispensed £5 notes.

Read the full article at bbc.co.uk

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