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Wise vs Tally
Wise vs Tally

Compare Wise and Tally

  • Summary
  • Wise and Tally are two mobile banks that offer digital financial services to their customers. While both companies provide innovative features and user-friendly interfaces, they have different areas of focus.

    Wise (formerly known as TransferWise) is focused on providing international money transfers and currency exchange services. Its platform allows users to send money internationally at a low cost, with transparent fees and exchange rates. Wise also offers multi-currency accounts, debit cards, and a range of other financial services.

    Tally, on the other hand, is more focused on helping users pay off credit card debt. Its platform allows users to consolidate their credit card debt into a single monthly payment, while also providing personalized recommendations and guidance to help them pay off their debt faster.

    In terms of pricing, both Wise and Tally offer free basic accounts. Wise charges a fee for its money transfer and currency exchange services, while Tally generates revenue through a fee-based model, where users pay a fee for certain transactions or services.

    Overall, both Wise and Tally offer unique digital banking solutions that appeal to different customer segments. Wise may be more attractive to users who frequently send money internationally or need multi-currency accounts, while Tally may be a better fit for users looking for a mobile banking solution that helps them manage and pay off their credit card debt.

  • Information
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  • 32 countries
    1 country
  • United Kingdom
    United Kingdom
  • 175 countries. 50 currencies. Get the account built to save you money round the world. Save up to 6x when you send, spend and withdraw 50 currencies, all in one account.


    Tally is the world’s first non-fiat currency that you can save, send and spend like pounds without subjecting your wealth to the shortcomings of government-issued currency. Goodbye, rising prices. So long, zero interest rates. Bon voyage, risky banking practises.


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