A huge rise in the number of online chats between bank staff and savers has sparked fears of further branch closures.
Last year, banks had 130,000 conversations with customers using video chat, similar to Skype or Face Time, new figures show.
You will need a pretty good internet connection for this to work.
RBS, Nat West, HSBC, Lloyds, Halifax, Clydesdale, Yorkshire Bank and TSB are among those banks to announce closures in 2017.
The conversations are recorded and uploaded as private You Tube videos for the teachers to evaluate the students' development.
"The idea is simple and it's a win-win proposition for both the students and the American senior citizens.
Below are other ways of staying in touch using the internet—one uses voice and one uses writing. They can take their time talking because Skype is free.
You will probably need to ask for help to download these programs. Listen Skype is a program that allows you to talk to friends and family on your computer. It is great for talking to people who live far away because it is free. You will need a microphone and speakers to do this.