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    Any suggestions for fee free bank accounts in Australia?

    My Bank has recently decided to start charging a fee and I'm looking for a fee free bank account that is good, has loads of free ATM and EFTPOS transactions included as I don't like carrying a lot of cash, my last free bank account offered me unlimited ATM withdrawals from their own machines and 6 from EFTPOS or other companies ATMs per month. I was happy enough with that.

    If there was a no fee bank account that also offered a great interest rate I'd be REALLY happy with that! I can't stand fees on my money and I really like getting paid for the bank being able to use my money to lend to other people at a higher rate!!

    Has anyone got a suggestion for fee free bank accounts in Australia? That's good!



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    Hey Dealdude I'll have a look into this a bit more and hopefully find a free bank account that has everything you want. I know National Bank Australia NAB has a no monthly fee bank account: NAB Classic Banking - NAB Classic Banking Account - I can't find anything about interest on money in the account or EFTPOS transactions. They do offer "Free unlimited own bank transaction".

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    Thanks Gav, I'll keep looking to see if there's anything better out there, shame NAB don't give out information on their site about interest rates and EFTPOS use for this card.


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