Westpac Choice (Transaction Account)
Westpac Choice account is an award winning everyday transaction account that provides easy access to your money. Just deposit $2000 per month to receive $0 monthly service fee. Access your money at over 3,000 Westpac, St.George, BankSA and Bank of Melbourne ATMs.
Location: Australia
Account Name: Westpac Choice
1. Day to day banking
2. $0 monthly service fee
3. Award winning everyday transaction account provides easy access to your money. 
1. No interest is paid on balances in this account.
2. Check the terms and conditions for the maximum amount you can withdraw each day.
Adding a Debit MasterCard to your Westpac Choice Account will allow you to make purchases overseas, online and over the phone - at over 30 million locations worldwide.

Interest AER: 0%Interest Gross: 0%
Interest Paid: DailyMinimum Income: $2,000
Overdraft Rate: Ask on application
Banking Charges: Fees may apply
Service Charges: $0
Account Access: Online, Branch, Post, Tel
Withdrawal Access: Instant Access

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

You must be over the age of 18 years old
Multiple ways to access your money, including Online Banking, Mobile Banking, tablet, Telephone Banking, eftpos, Debit MasterCard® or Handycard, cheque, BPAY® or at a branch
Introductions and Offers:
Terms and Conditions:
$0 monthly service fee if you deposit at least $2,000 each month (other fees apply) or if any of the following apply: 
1. You're under the age of 21
2. You're a full-time tertiary student, or
3. You hold an Australian Pensioner Concession or Health Care Card.
Westpac Choice (Which Way To Pay Australia - 21/2/2014)
Westpac Choice is ranked 4 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

4 Star Rating

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