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Compare bank accounts ratings - Data last updated on 25 Jun 2018

Now showing 1 - 10 of 10 bank accounts ratings
Complete Freedom
*Fees waived when deposit $2,000 Monthly
Cashback$50 cash when you open a new account online or over the phone by 29 June 2018 and deposit $500 within 45 days and ensure that the account remains open for at least 55 days from the date of account opening.
ATM Fee
$0
Maximum rate
0.00%
Card Type
Visa
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Access Advantage
*Fees waived when deposit $2,000 Monthly
ATM Fee
$0
Over 2,600 standard ANZ ATMs
Maximum rate
0.02%
Card Type
Visa
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Complete Freedom
*Fees waived when deposit $2,000 Monthly
Cashback$50 cash when you open a new account online or over the phone by 29 June 2018 and deposit $500 within 45 days and ensure that the account remains open for at least 55 days from the date of account opening.
ATM Fee
$0
Growing to 300 ATM's in Victoria
Maximum rate
0.00%
Card Type
Visa
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Complete Freedom
*Fees waived when deposit $2,000 Monthly
CashbackGet $50 when you open a new Complete Freedom Account onlline or over the phone by 29 June 2018 and deposit $500 within 45 days and ensure that the account remains open for at least 55 days from the date of account opening. Only for new customers.
ATM Fee
$0
Maximum rate
0.00%
Card Type
Visa
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Complete Freedom for StudentsCashbackGet $50 cash when you open a new account by 29 June 2018 and deposit $250 within 45 days. Only for new customers.
ATM Fee
$0
Maximum rate
0.00%
Card Type
Visa
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Day to Day Account
ATM Fee
$0
Maximum rate
0.00%
Card Type
Visa
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Everyday Global Account
ATM Fee
$0
Maximum rate
0.05%
Card Type
Visa
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Orange EverydayRewardsOpen an Orange Everyday account, deposit $1000+ and make 5+ purchases by 30 June 2018 to receive a $75 cash bonus
ATM Fee
$0
Maximum rate
0.00%
Card Type
Visa
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Everyday Account
*Fees waived when deposit $2,000 Monthly
ATM Fee
$0
Maximum rate
0.00%
Card Type
Visa
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Classic Banking
ATM Fee
$0
over 1,200 ATMs
Maximum rate
0.01%
Card Type
Visa
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There are two profiles to choose from: High transactor (35 transactions a month) and low transactor (10 transactions a month).

Once you have made this selection, you can rate the available bank account options and work out which ones will likely suit your finances, based on a range of different factors, including: 

  • Fee structure: How low the fees are and how complicated or easy their structures are for customers to understand?
  • Interest rates: Not only if they offer a high interest rate but also whether they are consistent. A bank account will not be rated well if the interest rate continually changes dramatically and constantly.
  • Customer service: How friendly and helpful customer service is in terms of how long you have to wait to speak to someone, if they were able to answer any of your questions clearly and how long it took? Also, how you receive this customer service communication, whether it is a call centre or an email or by post.
  • Features: What features does the account include such as internet access, branch facilities, a debit card or a debit MasterCard or Visa card?

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