Today, we’ve switched up our subscription tiers to adapt to the new economic climate and ensure we can deliver more of what matters to our customers in the future – sharper insights, greater savings, and ultimately, more control over their financial lives.
Read more from our founder and CEO, Shachar Bialick, about the changes we’ve made and the reasons behind them.
If you’d like more information on all of our subscription tiers after this change then check out our FAQ about this!
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The text of the email some Curve customers received:
Since starting Curve, we’ve rebelled against the impossible to give you more freedom and control over your money. That won’t change. But there is an economic storm brewing, and we’ve had to relook at how we price Curve. We’ve switched up our subscription tiers so we can deliver more of what matters to you in the future – faster payments, sharper insights, greater savings and ultimately, total control over your financial life.
Curve will still be free, but we’re introducing limits to the free Curve card:
Set 1 Smart Rule
Add up to 2 payment cards
Go Back in Time 3 times per month
Only customers with a premium subscription will be able to add a commercial card. You can still Go Back in Time for up to 30 days, and spend abroad fee-free up to £1000/month.
Why’s it happening?
We’ve always promised to be upfront and transparent with our customers. You can read more from our founder and CEO, Shachar Bialick on the reasons behind the changes in the blog below.