Suncorp AU (Standard Account)
The Suncorp Bank Everyday Options Account is a day to day banking account with unlimited fee free Suncorp Bank Transactions and a choice of access options. This account can have up to nine linked sub-accounts which can be used for separating your funds.
Account Name: Everyday Options Savings
1. Unlimited Suncorp Bank transactions for $5.00 a month
2. Seamlessly link multiple high interest savings accounts (savings “sub” accounts) straight to your everyday account for free
3. Option for a Visa Debit card
1. To be eligible for a Suncorp Bank Visa Debit card you must be over 18 and a permanent resident of Australia
1. Statement every 3 months (quarterly).
2. You can view your account history through Internet and Mobile Phone Banking at any time

Interest AER: 0.01% p.a.Interest Gross: 0.01% p.a.
Interest Paid: YearlyMinimum Income: $0.00
Overdraft Rate: Ask on application
Banking Charges: See website
Service Charges: $5.00
Account Access: Online, Branch, Post, Tel
Withdrawal Access: Online, Branch, Post, Tel, ATM

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

Minimum of 18 years old
Perfect for managing your transaction, saving and budgeting needs.
Introductions and Offers:
Terms and Conditions:
See website for terms and conditions
Suncorp Current Account (Which Way To Pay - 11/1/2011)
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