THE COMMONWEALTHBANK LOW FEE STUDENT CARD
The CommonwealthBank Low Fee Student card (Student Credit Card)Mastercard
        
Are you a current full time student? The CommonwealthBank Low Fee student Card gives you access to a range of great features and is a convenient way for you to shop for less. In addition you do not have to pay an annual fee if you are studying full time when you choose one of these student credit cards. Please make sure that you read all of their terms and conditions in detail before you apply so that you thoroughly understand your obligations. If you have any questions contact their customer support team.
Location: Australia
Advantages:
1. Pay no annual fee whilst you are studying
2. Access a great range of features
3. Convenient way to shop for less.
4. Enhanced security chip protection
5. Up to 55 days interest free on purchases.
Disadvantages:
1. Charge applies to cash advances at Commonwealth Bank branches.
2. 20.24% is average.
Services:
You'll pay no annual fee while you're studying if you have a Streamline account with Student options.

APR: 20.24% p.a
Credit Limit: Varies
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: Yes
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No

Fees: $0 p.a.
Cash Back: N/A
Cash Advances: 21.74% p.a.
Balance Transfer: 5.99% p.a. (5 months)
New Purchase: 20.24% p.a.
        
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