CommonWealthBank Low Fee Student Card - Student Credit Card
(Which Way To Pay - 6/1/2011)
Firstly, it should be noted that the CommonWealthBank Low Fee Student Card is only available to thos students who are studying full time. The reason these cards are so great for students is that they cut out the annual fee so in a sense they are more simplified than regular credit cards. All the features on the card are geared towards a students lifestyle hence we have the 55 days interest free feature, so that it is much more difficult to get into the interest-paying zone.

These cards are designed to give students a bit more financial responsibility and furthermore-flexibility, rather than give them access to a huge amount of credit so that they can fall behind on payments. The credit limit you are given varies depending on your personal details but usually with student credit cards the amount you are given access to is smaller rather than larger. The interest rate, after the interest free period, is 20.24%. Note that this card does not offer SMS banking.
CommonWealthBank Low Fee Student Card is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

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