Our Phone Banking is changing. We’re implementing a new Phone Banking platform which will improve the self-registration process and reduce the wait time to receive an access code. You’ll still be able to easily check your account balances, transaction history and transfer between your accounts, however, some options that weren’t being used frequently have been removed.


All existing members need to re-register for Phone Banking


All new and existing members will be prompted to re-register for the service when you call 13 11 82 at the time of changeover. You’ll be asked to verify your identity by providing your member number, date of birth and a one-time passcode that will be sent to your mobile. You’ll then be able to immediately set up a new access code while you’re on the phone to complete your registration. Once set, away you go!


We will provide more information on how to re-register closer to the changeover date.

Not registered for Phone Banking?

Call 13 11 82 and select Phone Banking option to register.

Most popular questions

  • Why are you changing your Phone Banking system?

    Our Phone Banking is changing. Soon we'll be rolling out a new phone system in our National Contact Centre and Business Suppport areas. As part of this change we’ll be implementing a new Phone Banking service which will come with an improved self-registration process and reduce the wait time to receive an access code. This is currently delivered by post which can take a few days to arrive, however, with the changes being implemented, members will be able to set up a new access code immediately over the phone.

    Another positive change is that if you have updated any account names (e.g. Online Saver to Holiday Account), our new Phone Banking will now reflect this name change (once account selection made).
  • Why do existing registered members need to re-register to use the new Phone Banking service?

    We won't be able migrate the access codes from our previous Phone Banking service to our new platform, so existing registered members will need to re-register to use the new Phone Banking service. Unfortunately, you are unable to do this ahead of the change but the process to do this is simple and easy and if you need us, we're here to help. We will update the Phone Banking page on our website with more information closer to the changeover date.
  • What's changing for me?

    You'll notice that there will be some small changes to the Phone Banking menu options. You'll still be able to easily obtain your account balances, transaction history and transfer between your own accounts, however, some menu options that were not being used frequently will be removed.

    The way you select an account will also be changing slightly. Currently, you’re presented with the names of your accounts, but moving forward you will be presented with the last four digits of your accounts. Your account numbers can be found on your statement, or viewed in Internet Banking or on our Mobile Banking App. Once you've selected an account you will then hear the account name. If you realise you've chosen the wrong account, you will be able to return to the menu to select again.

    When you select to hear your account balances, only the available balance will play. If you have a term investment with us, it wont be included as an option on Phone Banking. To access information about your term investments quickly and easily, speak to us about our other self service options.

    You'll be able to use your new Phone Banking access code to verify your identity when you call our National Contact Centre, Business Support or Credit Management Teams. This means you'll be prompted to enter your member number and your access code before you speak to someone from our team, giving you a more personalised experience and reducing your wait time.
  • What benefits will I see?

    We’re making it easier for Phone Banking members. Moving forward, you’ll be able to use your new access code to verify your identity when you call our National Contact Centre, Business Support and Credit Management Teams. This means you'll be prompted to enter your member number and your access code before you speak to someone from our team, giving you a more personalised experience and reducing your wait time.You can still access Phone Banking 24/7.

    Another positive change is that if you have updated any account names (e.g. Online Saver to Holiday Account), our new Phone Banking will now reflect this name change (once account selection made).
  • What if I don't have a mobile number to be able to register for the new phone banking service? Can I register for Phone Banking using a landline?

    If you want to register for the new Phone Banking service and you don't have a mobile phone number recorded with us (or if your mobile number is updated within the last 48 hours) you'll be unable to complete the registration process and will be automatically transferred to our contact centre where a team member will be able help you to create an access code. You will only be able to register for the new service on the day of the change.
  • What is Access Code Verification?

    The new Phone Banking service will provide you with a way we can quickly and easily verifiy your identity over the phone when you call us, known as Access Code verification. The system will recognise if you've registered for the new Phone Banking service and, if so, will prompt you to enter your access code. This new feature will help us better connect with you the next time you call our National Contact Centre, Business Support or Credit Management Teams.
  • How can I access Phone Banking?

    You can access Phone Banking by calling 13 11 82 and selecting Option 1: Self Service Phone Banking. You'll then be prompted to enter your member number and access code.

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