AIB has confirmed that it has sold its non-branch ATM network to Point Cash by Brink's.
According to the bank the agreement will see Brink's retain the more than 500 existing ATMs around the country.
Customers from any banks that have debit cards issued in the Republic of Ireland will continue to not incur any surcharges or additional fees when using these ATMs.
"AIB will continue to own and manage the ATMs and cash and cheque lodgement devices located at our branches," the banks said in a statement.
The lender also said it remains committed to serving its customers through a wide variety of options.
"As well as continuing to offer all existing services through our branch ATM network, customers will be able to bank in branch, via our app, online and by phone," it said.
Bank of Ireland is currently engaged in a process to try to sell its 700 non-bank ATMs.