AIB is to turn 70 of its 170 branches into cashless outlets as a result of what it claims is declining demand for these services.
Six branches in Donegal will be affected; Ballybofey, Ballyshannon, Buncrana, Carndonagh, Dungloe and Killybegs.
From the end of September, only two outlets here – Letterkenny and Donegal town -will provide a full cash service.
The six affected Donegal branches are to be repurposed to focus more on account opening, financial planning, mortgages, loans, savings and investments, the bank said.
The bank will also extend its relationship with An Post, with customers able to access cash and cheque services in the 920 post offices nationwide.