Online bank Revolut has issued Irish IBANs to more than two million Irish customers.

The process is not yet complete and is ongoing for remaining customers.

The move is designed to make it easier for users to set up direct debits and have their salaries paid into their Revolut accounts.

The process involves moving customers to the Irish branch of Revolut Bank UAB, its European business, and replacing their Lithuanian IBANs with Irish ones.

Customers were given two months' notice that their accounts were to be migrated into the Irish branch in a phased manner.

Revolut's Irish customers are now being asked to update the IBAN details they use for any existing direct debits or regular payments into their account, replacing their old IBAN beginning with 'LT' with their new 'IE' IBAN number.

"With more than half of adults with a smartphone using Revolut in Ireland, and 'Revolut' being used as a verb, we're proud to see that our customers have embraced our financial super app and all of its helpful features," said Joe Heneghan, CEO Revolut Europe.

"But as we take our next step as the financial super app, offering accounts with Irish IBANs for our customers in Ireland, we hope to see more of our customers use Revolut as their primary account for a seamless experience," Mr Heneghan said.

Last month, Revolut announced plans to begin providing car insurance in Ireland and has recently started offering loans and credit cards.