TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Credit Union 24, the ATM/EFT network headquartered in Florida, announced that it has signed the $1.6 billion Tower Federal Credit Union to the cooperative EFT network.

In addition to a national point of sale network, Tower members will gain access to approximately 3,500 Credit Union 24 ATMs in Maryland, 328 of which are surcharge-free, Credit Union 24 said.

"The decision to join Credit Union 24 not only shows that we're working to fulfill our members' expectations with regard to surcharge-free ATM access," said Martin M. Breland, Tower's president and CEO, "but also reflects our commitment to the credit union movement. We're now able to keep much of our point-of-sale activity within the credit union community, and that sealed the deal."

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