St.George Power Saver Account (Savings Account)
The St. George Power Saver Account offers you a high interest rate regardless of whether your balance is high or low. There is no monthly account service fee with this bank account and you can have full access to your money when you want via Internet and Phone Banking, St. George branches, ATM or EFTPOS.
Location: Australia
Account Name: St.George Power Saver Account
1. No monthly account service fees
2. Immediate access to your money
3. Available for DIY super investment
4. Eligible for Government Guarantee
1. Pay for the withdrawals you make via ATMs, EFTPOS and branches
Receive regular SMS and Email Alerts for withdrawals, deposits and balancesˆ

Interest AER: 3.35% p.a.Interest Gross: 3.35% p.a.
Interest Paid: MonthlyMinimum Income: $0.00
Overdraft Rate: N/A
Banking Charges: Withdrawals (ATM and Branches)
Service Charges: $0.00
Account Access: Branch, ATM, EFTPOS, Online, Tel, BPAY
Withdrawal Access: Branch, ATM, EFTPOS, Online, Tel, BPAY

Free Banking: YesDebit Card: Yes
Cheque Guarantee Card: YesStanding Orders: Yes
Direct Debits: YesOverdraft Facility: No
Account Manager: No

Must be an Australian resident
1. Earn a competitive rate of interest from the first dollar
2. Deposit at any St.George branch, Bank@Post™/electronic agencies
3. Immediate access to your money
4. $1 minimum account opening balance
Introductions and Offers:
Terms and Conditions:
You must be an Australian resident to apply.

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