Bunq, a challenger bank, has renovated joint accounts to provide the user more adaptability. If any user is a premium user, then he or she can make a sub-account with somebody else who is not a premium user only for €2.99 per month. Bunq will also let you create several sub-accounts, which indicates that the user can have his account with his/her partner, another one with his/her child, and so on.
The feature is called Bunq+1 and is dissimilar from traditional Bunq sub-accounts. With the Bunq+1 feature, one can invite someone who is not a Bunq user already and share an account with them. They don’t need to pay €7.99 for a Bunq Premium subscription. But, the main account holder has to pay €2.99 per month for every +1 account.
In addition to this, both of you can deposit money, spend money, and can view the transaction history. Every user will get his own Bunq card, and this feature can be specifically useful for those parents who look for handle aid on Bunq. Also, the parents can transfer money from their account instantly to the +1 account, and they can also see the transaction history all the time. The child, on the other hand, can easily spend money with a single Bunq card.
If you are trying to share your account with any existing Bunq Premium user, then you can make another sub-account and can share it. Every user will get a full-fledged Bunq account with their personal account. They will have a shared sub-account as well.