Just received this email from N26:
With the UK having left the EU at the end of January, we will in due course no longer be able to operate in the UK with our European banking licence. Therefore, we are writing to share the news that we will be leaving the UK and closing all accounts.
We are sorry to be leaving and we understand this will be disappointing for our customers.
We’ve planned the next steps carefully to ensure this process is as smooth as possible for you.
What will happen next?
We will close your account on 15 April 2020 , in line with our terms and conditions and you will shortly receive a formal termination notice.
If you have money in your account, please consider transferring it to an alternative bank account.
In the meantime, all account and app functionality will continue to work, so you can still spend or withdraw the money in your account. Your money will continue to be protected up to the equivalent of €100,000.
We have prepared a list of FAQs which you can find here in order to answer any questions you might have. We will continue to keep this updated, and will be in regular contact to support you through this process.
On behalf of the entire N26 team, I would like to thank you for the support you’ve given us since we launched in the UK. We have been proud to have you as a customer.
General Manager UK, N26
Can’t say it’s surprising - their UK product wasn’t getting much love and was probably struggling for users.