Pros and Cons
- $0 account keeping fee
- Linked Visa debit card
- App banking available
- Has 0.01% interest available
- $5 Overseas ATM Withdrawal Fee
- 3% fees apply for overseas transactions
Electronic Wallet Service
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There are a number of ways to open a new bank account – online, over the phone or in the branch. The trick is to decide what type of bank account you want beforehand.
It might sound like a simple enough task, but there are literally hundreds of bank accounts to choose from. And each offer their own banking features and benefits.
A comparison site like RateCity can help you work out what bank account product matches your needs.
Once you’ve made up your mind what you want, it’s advisable to have the following information ready for the application process.
- A couple of forms of identification (such as driver’s licence, Medicare card, passport)
- Tax file number
- Residential address, contact phone number and email (though email is not essential)