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Which transaction account offers the most ways ...

Which transaction account offers the most ways ...


Transaction banking accounts are not all the same. All accounts offer Eftpos debit card transactions, but some go further and offer many more ways to pay. And options are important in today’s consumer marketplace where grabbing a bargain may mean being able to access your cash quickly and easily in a variety of ways. Before you choose a transaction account, take five minutes to read our quick guide to “ways to pay” here



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Institution Product Max. Rate (%) Details
Maxi Saver (3.00% variable for first 3 months) 3.00 Go to site
Maxi Saver Account 3.00 Go to site
Maxi Saver (NSW, ACT, SA & NT) 3.00 Go to site
Maxi Saver (QLD, VIC, WA & TAS) 3.00 Go to site
Citi Online Saver (2.85% Variable intro rate for 4 months on balances up to $500k) 2.85 Go to site
Savings Maximiser (Base rate 1.50%p.a + 1.30%p.a Standard Bonus Rate = 2.80%p.a on balances up to $100K) 2.80 Go to site
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Based on promotional or introductory rates for an online savings account of $5,000. For information on how we've selected these “Sponsored” and “Featured” products click here.


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