We looked at Fumzup back in April, and at the time many readers commented that the site’s Flash-based navigation left a lot to be desired. The revamped site is certainly easier to get around; drilling through the list of online savings accounts took just a couple of steps, and it did an OK job of picking a BlackBerry plan for me (though some more smart phone-centric options would be nice). Fumzup is free to use.
Comparison Site Fumzup Updates With New Interface
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