26 JUL 2013

Greg tries out ¬“speaking¬” cash machines for visually impaired customers at local branch of Barclays bank

Greg had a go using a cash machine which speaks to visually impaired customers during a visit to the recently revamped Tunbridge Wells branch of Barclays in Calverley Road.

Blind or partially sighted people can plug their earphones into the ATMs to listen to the different options available. The "speaking" cash machines are useful for people with a wide range of disabilities including dyslexia.

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