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Our service in Dec­em­ber - we find soluti­ons

Due to restrictions on gatherings, banking now primarily takes place over the phone, the Internet and appointments, as traditional service in branches is temporarily suspended. Landsbankinn gift cards can be ordered on landsbankinn.is and picked up at a branch.
16 December 2020

The Customer Service Centre assists with all main banking business over the phone, +354 410 4000, via email to landsbankinn@landsbankinn.is or web chat on landsbankinn.is.

  • You can also request a consultation call  through landsbankinn.is. We’ll call at a time of your choosing. If your business requires a visit to the Bank, we’ll make an appointment for you.
  • The Customer Service Centre and Corporate Banking Service Centre are open on weekdays from 9:00-16:00 and web chat is open to 17:00.
  • Landsbankinn gift cards can be ordered on landsbankinn.is. You can select the branch where you wish to pick the gift cards up. We’ll have them Christmas wrapped and ready.
  • Over the holidays, the Bank will be closed on Christmas Eve Day and Boxing Day, open from 9:00-12:00 on 31 December and closed on New Year’s Day.
  • Landsbankinn operates ATMs in various locations throughout Iceland and most of them are accessible around the clock. The location and distance to the closest ATM is available in Landsbankinn’s app and on landsbankinn.is. ATMs have both deposit and withdrawal functions and can be used to pay bills, amongst other things.
  • We encourage customers to use Landsbankinn’s app, online banking and ATMs as much as possible. A great deal of banking business can be tended to through these channels, simply and quickly. For assistance using electronic solutions, please call the Customer Service Centre at +354 410 4000.
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