Our latest changes to ANZ Internet Banking include an exciting new look, a more secure banking experience and several new features as requested by you - our customers.
New look but the same great ANZ Internet Banking
We've made some changes to ANZ Internet Banking to make it look consistent with our websites while making it easier to move through the main menu.
Changes you may notice:
- There's a new banner at the top of the screen containing your customer name, a link to Internet Banking Help and the log off button. Can't find the time and details of your last logon? This has moved to the bottom of the page.
- All menu headings and options haven't changed, so you can carry out your transactions the same as before. You may notice that Bank mail, our secure email service, has moved into the menu bar - so you can find your messages more easily.
- We've put a new blue strip at the bottom that contains useful links for more information about ANZ Internet Banking. This is to make them clearer to see and find. The time and your last logon details are here now too.
By popular demand - Future dated transfers are here
One of the most requested enhancements our customers have been asking for has arrived. You can now set up funds transfers between accounts ahead of time. For example, you can set up a transfer to pay your credit card bill the following week after your pay has come in.
Extra security with OnlineCode
Soon, we'll be asking all ANZ Internet Banking customers to register for our security service OnlineCode.
OnlineCode is our two-factor authentication system. It works by sending a unique code to your mobile phone to enable you to make certain transactions. You simply enter the code to authorise the transaction - that way we can be sure it's really you making the transaction.
OnlineCode will continue to be required for payments over $10,000 and when sending money overseas and will now be required for other transactions, such as paying someone you haven't previously saved as a payee, This means, it's not required for Internet Banking at log in or when paying people or companies you have previously paid.
We understand that there are going to be some instances where OnlineCode may not be a viable option for some customers, especially for customers who are travelling overseas, in low coverage areas or don't have mobiles. There are options available for you in these cases. Find out more.
Registering for OnlineCode is easy too. At some stage over the next few months, when you log on to ANZ Internet Banking we'll ask you to enter your mobile number. That's all you need to do - we'll take care of the rest.
But wait there's more
We've also made some smaller updates to make ANZ Internet Banking a better experience. These include:
- Being able to pay tax and new payees from ANZ Online Accounts.
- Access to Foreign Currency Accounts where two people are required to sign to access the account.
- A reminder for customers using ANZ Serious Saver Accounts that if they make withdrawals they'll lose their premium interest for that month.
Want some more help with ANZ Internet Banking?
Don't forget you can also view step-by-step guides explaining how to bank online by clicking the Help icon within ANZ Internet Banking.