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Provider Account Name Maximum Rate Standard Rate Bonus Rate Account Fees Minimum Balance  
BankSA Complete Freedom
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Maximum Rate
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Standard Rate
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Bonus Rate
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Account Fees
$5
waived if you deposit at least $2,000 per calendar month
Minimum Balance
$0
We Say...

BankSA Complete Freedom Everyday account is an excellent transaction account. So long as you make a regular deposit each month you have the benefit of a transaction account with all the trimmings and best of all its completely free.

Why Choose This Account?
  • Fee free banking when you regular deposits of $2000 a month.
  • FREE unlimited everyday transactions.
Additional Information
  • Get an optional VISA debit card.

Key Features

The Complete Freedom Account is great for your day-to-day banking needs, whether you are withdrawing cash from an ATM or paying for groceries, you can access your money whenever you need it. Plus, an optional Visa Debit card1 will allow you to shop with your own money at home, online and overseas.

Why the BankSA Complete Freedom Account

  • No monthly account service fee when you deposit a minimum of $2,000 by the last business day every month.
  • Free unlimited everyday transactions2 at BankSA branches, BankSA/ St.George/ Bank of Melbourne and Westpac ATMs, eftpos, cheques and 24/7 with Internet, Mobile and Phone banking.
  • Customised SMS and Email updates to help you keep track of your account3.

Our Review

The BankSA Complete Freedom Everyday account is a regular transaction account. You can access your cash using an ATM or by spending on your debit card. Regardless of where you are, whether in a store paying for an item or at a cash machine, you will always have access to your funds.

The big advantage with this account is if you make a regular deposit of $2000 each month you don’t get charged any banking fees. This makes it perfect to operate as a current account into which your monthly salary gets paid, that way you can be sure you always make the minimum deposit and never have to pay any fees.

The other benefit of this account is you get an unlimited number of transactions and regardless of whether they are by card, online or at a branch.

BankSA Complete Freedom Rates & Info
Account Name
BankSA Complete Freedom
Bank
BankSA
Minimum Balance
$0
BankSA Complete Freedom Fees & Charges
Account Fee
$5 waived if you deposit at least $2,000 per calendar month
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