NCR is to provide TSB with 80 new ATMs, increasing the bank’s ATM network to 830 machines across the UK.
The new machines will be located in regions including Norwich, Aberdeen, Swansea and the Isle of Wight and will be installed and ready to use by the end of April, according to NCR.
Rachel Nash, director of financial services at NCR, said: "The UK banking industry is evolving to provide convenient banking for consumers who demand a choice of where and when they bank.
"As banks, such as TSB, look to develop their retail banking network they increasingly employ a combination of self-service, assisted-service and personal banking to provide the right mix of customer service.
"TSB is achieving this by focusing on the communities that will always lie at the heart of our society, and by making every day easier for consumers when they bank with them."
The machines, branded NCR SelfServ ATMs, will be Windows 7 ready, meaning they will not be affected by the withdrawal of support and updates for Windows XP due to happen in April.
They will also have capabilities for use with contactless cards and bill payment features.
TSB’s managing director of branch and business banking, Peter Navin, said: "At TSB we are committed to the local communities in which we operate.
"This investment in new ATMs is yet another sign that we are intent on providing great service to our customers.
"Our partnership with NCR and their innovative technology is helping us make this a reality."
According to NCR, 45% of UK residents live within two miles of a TSB ATM and more than 56m cash transactions are made at TSB ATMs annually, with total withdrawals across the UK totalling £4bn ($6.7bn) on average.