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Common wealth bank internet banking

Updated on February 1, 2011

Commonwealth Bank internet banking

Commonwealth Bank has started a new personal transaction account and anyone can open this easy, flexible, transaction account. Start with a deposit of $2000 a month such as your monthly salary. The advantage is of no monthly account fees for the life of your account. Plus, get convenient access to your money through Australia’s largest network of branches and ATMs. And manage all of your finances online and thru netbanking. Choose one of the two account types below and you're on your way to a life without monthly account fees.

apply online or Call 13 2221

Debit MasterCard account

With a Debit MasterCard you can access your money anywhere MasterCard is accepted. So you can even make purchases and payments over the phone or Internet.

Streamline account

Get access to your cash when and where you want it with Streamline e-Access and Streamline Unlimited. If you enjoy the personal service of branch banking, as well as the 24-hour convenience of electronic banking, then Streamline Unlimited, with unlimited branch and electronic transactions, is for you. Streamline e-Access gives you unlimited electronic transactions through Commonwealth Bank ATMs, EFTPOS, NetBank and unassisted telephone banking.

Internet Banking. Why not get hooked online through internet banking commonwealth bank and save time.24 hrs a day so it becomes so convenient for banking needs at mid-night. Its at your finger tips, check your e-statements, monthly savings and expenses.

B-pay is a bill payment service that allows bills  to be paid either by phone or internet banking. This is a very convenient way that helps people to stay on budget. The convenience of paying bills through Commonwealth Bank Internet Banking is very popular to users.


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