Accessibility & Disability

Allied Irish Bank (GB) is committed to making access to our products and services easier for everyone and we are working to continually improve access for those who are living with a disability or long term health condition.

Visually Impaired

Braille, Large print and Audio formats

We can provide your statements, brochures and any other documentation in Braille, large print and audio.
For further information please phone our Additional Customer Support Helpline on 0345 646 0318 (Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm, excluding bank holidays).

Talking Card Reader for Online Banking

The card reader is a small hand held device which works with your Allied Irish Bank (GB) Visa debit card to generate unique security codes when you are completing certain transactions on Online Banking. (Online banking is available to personal, personal business customers and partnerships). 

If you require a talking card reader which is designed to assist visually impaired customers, you can speak to us by calling Phoneline Banking on 0345 601 6262, log in and choose option zero (0) and we will be happy to help you. We are available between 9am and 5pm, 7 days a week.

 Call charges may vary – refer to your service provider

Deaf, hard of hearing or speech impairment

Relay UK Service

If you have trouble hearing or speaking on the phone, you can contact us using the Relay UK service.

You can contact us by dialling 18001 0345 646 0318* from a Textphone or by downloading the Relay UK App to your smartphone, tablet or PC. You will be connected to a Relay Assistant who will convey the phone conversation by translating speech to text and text to speech.

For more information on downloading the App or using this service, please visit the Relay UK website here (

Relay UK is a third party which means AIB Group (UK) plc is not responsible for this service.

*Lines are open 9am-5pm Monday-Friday (Except on Bank Holidays). Calls may be recorded



We have partnered with the online British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreting Service, SignLive.

If you are a BSL user, you can use SignLive to connect to us via an Interpreter. This is a free service which is available to contact us Monday – Friday 09:00 to 17:00 (excluding Bank Holidays).

Just log in to the SignLive app on your mobile phone or tablet and find us in the Community Directory. When you call, the Interpreter may confirm who you want to get in touch with.

How to Access SignLive

Get going in three steps:

Download the SignLive app

Download the SignLive app

Download the SignLive app to your mobile phone or tablet via Apple or Google stores.

For non-account specific queries, you can also use your web browser. To avoid losing connection, the device must be connected to Wifi or have good mobile signal.

Log in

Log in

Log in to your SignLive account. If you are new to the service, you will need to complete a one-time registration with SignLive. This will involve setting up and activating a SignLive account. For more information visit

Find AIB

Find AIB

Search for ‘AIB’ in the Community Directory and tap ‘call’.

Visit for more information.

For frequently asked questions visit:

For any SignLive technical issues, please email:

Get the SignLive app

Download the SignLive app from the App Store or Google play.  Simply connect with us once it's set up.


Mobility & Dexterity Assistance (Personal Customers only)

Chip & Signature Cards

For customers who have difficulty using a PIN, we can offer a Chip and Signature personal Debit and/or Credit Card.

When you buy goods in a shop, you will not have to enter your PIN on the terminal. Instead, the assistant will print a receipt for you to sign and this signature will then be compared to the signature on the back of your Card. All other transactions, such as online and mail order, will be carried out in the same way as the personal Debit or Credit Card.

For more information or to ask for a Chip and Signature personal Debit or Credit Card, please contact our Additional Customer Support Helpline on 0345 646 0318 (Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm, excluding bank holidays).

External Support

You’ll find links and contact details for a range of Government, voluntary and community sector organisations who can provide direct services and support by clicking here.

Contact Us

Please contact us for further information. Our details can be found here