Relax and enjoy your retirement with a range of options designed to help make it easier to manage your money.

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Great reasons to choose us

  • No base or transaction account fees on selected accounts
  • Manage your money any time with FastNet Classic internet banking or the ASB Mobile app
  • Make transactions between ASB accounts instantly no waiting around
  • Put money away for a rainy day with a savings account and Save the Change

Choose the right account for you

Omni everyday account

An everyday account for those who enjoy the flexibility to bank how they like – electronically or at a branch.

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Streamline everyday account

An everyday bank account with no electronic transaction fees – great for those who like to bank electronically.

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Unlimited everyday account

A simple everyday account for those who like to bank how they like and earn interest on credit balances.

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Set up alerts and get notified

Life is so busy these days it's easy to forget that your everyday account is starting to run short or that your automatic payment may fail because there aren't enough funds in your account. Set up alerts and we'll send you emails, and/or notifications through the ASB Mobile Banking app so you won't get caught out again.

Guides to get you there

Get started today

1. Join ASB

Get things started online by opening a Streamline Intro account. It’s quick and easy.

2. Confirm

We’ll email or call you as soon as everything is set up.

3. Activate

Visit any ASB branch within the next 7 days with photo ID and proof of your address.

4. Start banking

You’re now good to go. Start banking anytime, anywhere with ASB.

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Apply online

Open online and we’ll get you up and running as soon as possible.

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Call us

We’re here to help.

0800 803 804

Visit a branch

Visit us at one of our many branches across New Zealand.

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ASB’s terms apply. Service charges apply. Refer to Guide to Fees for other fees and charges.

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