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Internet Banking

ANZ Internet Banking is a secure way to access your ANZ accounts, anywhere in the world via the internet. You can do everything you'd expect and more including:

  • view your linked ANZ account balances and transaction history on all accounts including term deposits and loans free of charge
  • transfer funds between your linked ANZ accounts
  • logging on between 6am - 10.30pm local timedisclaimer
  • schedule (recurring) or future dated payments
  • view foreign exchange rates
  • pay billsdisclaimer - to people or companies who are registered with ANZ
  • transfer funds with no limit
  • pay other bank accounts in Kiribatidisclaimer
  • request:
    • duplicate statements and download transaction history
    • cheque book orders

Business can also:

  • maintain employee payroll lists
  • make payroll payments

How to register

You must be an ANZ customer to sign up for ANZ Internet Banking. If you're an ANZ customer simply follow these steps:

Download and complete the ANZ Internet Banking Registration form below.

You can link ANZ accounts to ANZ Internet Banking, however you can only link ANZ accounts that you are authorised to access.

Drop your completed registration form into any ANZ branch.

Our staff will verify your identity and register you for ANZ Internet Banking.

Within 5-10 days you’ll receive a letter with your registration details.

Call the ANZ Internet Banking Support Centre to obtain your temporary password to activate ANZ Internet Banking.

Registration forms

Maintenance forms – for amendments to ANZ Internet Banking

To add or change how your ANZ accounts are linked via ANZ Internet Banking then complete an ANZ Internet Banking maintenance form and submit at your local ANZ Branch.

Additional information for business customers

With ANZ Internet Banking there are some extra features for business customers such as:

  • You can have two User IDs to separate your business accounts from your personal accounts. If you require access to both your ANZ personal and business accounts, you need to complete both registration forms and hand in to your local ANZ branch.
  • You have the ability to authorise someone known to you, usually your employees, access to the businesses ANZ Internet Banking linked accounts as an authorised user. There are two types of access that can be granted and the account holder must nominate whether that person will be given 'value' or 'non value' access.
  • Diskpay is available to you through ANZ Internet Banking if you have an existing Diskpay agreement in place. Diskpay is a convenient salary paying service for employers.

To find out more about business functionality with ANZ Internet Banking call ANZ Internet Banking Support Centre or visit your local ANZ Branch.

Bank Mail

Bank Mail is the secure electronic messaging service available via ANZ Internet Banking which you can use to make general ANZ account or other enquiries and/or request banking services.  

Banking Safely

ANZ Internet Banking utilises a host of security features but there are also things you can do to help keep yourself safe. For more about what we do to help protect you, and what you can do to help protect yourself, visit our 'Protect your banking' section. If you believe that someone else has discovered your password you should immediately change it. This can easily be done through the My Profile tab in ANZ Internet Banking and selecting Change Password.

Questions?

Contact us

Call us 8am - 5pm, Monday to Friday

+686 74021095


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Eligibility criteria and terms and conditions apply to ANZ Internet Banking. See our ANZ Internet Banking Terms and Conditions (PDF 116kB) for more information.

Access may also be disrupted temporarily for reasons beyond our control, such as equipment or system failure.

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Transactions completed via ANZ Internet Banking may incur transaction fees. Refer to your Product Disclosure booklet for further details.

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