Local VS International transfers
Payments within the same country in the main currency of the country are considered as Local, including:
- SEPA account holders sending EUR to SEPA counterparties including EEA territories
- SEPA account holders sending GBP to UK counterparties including British territories
- UK customers sending EUR to SEPA counterparties including EEA territories
Payments to other countries, or payments within the same country but not in that country's main currency are considered as International (see SWIFT transfers). For example: sending GBP from a Polish account to a Polish recipient.
Note: inbound local and international transfers in GBP, USD, EUR and CHF will not be counted towards your free allowance.
Find out more about transfers in Sending & Receiving money FAQs.
- Transfer fees
- How long do transfers take?
- How can I download my transfer confirmation or MT103?
- Where can I find my account details?
- Does Revolut Business accept cash or receipt deposits?
- What is Revolut’s address?
- How to edit counterparty details?
- Local account details
- Local VS International transfers
- Multi-currency IBAN
- What are SEPA Instant transfers?