I know there are others, but we've been fine with CapitalOne.
We have "Hi-Yield Money Market Account". Aside from the 1 point something interest (big Whoop). we get free ATM cards with no fees from Cap One for usage. And, wife and I each have our own card, so that means we each get the daily withdrawal allowance from the account, $600. They're in the Cirrus Network, our cash costs about .6 of 1 Percent over the published interbank rate when we withdraw from a foreign ATM (don't know about here, we use this account only for travel abroad). We handle it all via internet, authorize deposits transferred in advance from our regular bank. Minimum balance is so low I can't remember, I think it's a buck.
We also use their credit card, we use their plain garden variety Mastercard, it pays 1.25% cashback on everything, and we can request this as an account balance as we feel like, we don't have to wait for $50 (or whatever) increments. Best of all, no foreign transaction fee. The purchases always go at the interbank rate (unlike the Cirrus ATM network, since no friction to get cash), so as long as we are comfortable using the card it's actually cheaper than cash.
Their customer service has always been excellent and their online set-up is easy to use.
But like I said, this is not the only option out there. PS -I do not, nor has anyone in my family, ever worked for them.