Telegram has released a new web bank for its users, and the company is offering it to the public for free.
The web bank is called Web Banking, and it will let users open their bank accounts with just a tap of a button on their mobile phones.
The feature was originally announced by Telegram earlier this year, but it wasn’t clear when the feature would be rolled out to the general public.
The new web banking feature, which will launch on the Telegram Web App later this week, lets users create accounts and access banking services in a number of different ways.
Users will be able to create a new account using their Telegram username and password, as well as use their bank account for their own account, and access it through an in-app browser.
A total of five different banks will be available for free:Bank of Japan, Bank of Australia, Bank Santander, Deutsche Bank, and Citigroup.
The free web banking features will be rolled into the Telegram app when the web bank launches.
Users can also transfer money through the web banking service, which allows users to send and receive money from their bank to and from other accounts.
Bank of America, for example, is available in the US for users to transfer money from an account to a bank account, with the option to send money to a friend.
The service has already been available in Canada and the UK, with more countries expected to roll out the feature in the future.
While the Web Banking feature is free, the service will cost $1.99 per month for those in the USA, $9.99 for those living in the UK and $14.99 in Canada.
The bank is available to anyone who lives in the United States or Canada.
The web banking platform is not available to users in China or India, however, so you’ll need to use a VPN or another service to access the service.