Published Monday, 09 July 2012
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Ten branches in the region will open from 10am to 1pm on Thursday.
They are Bangor, Belfast City Office, Coleraine, Cookstown, Lisburn (Bow Street), Waterside, Newry, Omagh, Andersonstown and Connswater.
Thousands of customers are still waiting for full access to their accounts after technical glitches hit the RBS Group last month.
The latest statement from Ulster Bank on Monday said that the weekend brought steady progress in the processing of automated payments.
It continued: "However, some items - such as cheques and manual lodgements have yet to be processed and therefore will not be reflected in account balances as yet.
"We expect that this week will be the last week of significant disruption for customers and that services should begin to return to normal from Monday 16th July."
Last week, Ulster Bank's chief executive Jim Brown said he will refuse his annual bonus in a bid to win back the trust of customers.
Mr Brown revealed on Thursday that he will not put his name forward for the extra money, but also refused to respond to calls for his resignation.
"Everyone at Ulster Bank is completely focused on putting things right for our customers. I don't want there to be any doubt that this is also my personal priority," he said in a statement.
Ulster Bank telephone: 0800 231232
"I am personally committed to re-earning the trust of our customers. I have therefore informed the Ulster Bank board that I do not wish to be considered for an annual bonus award for 2012."