BPAY®

The pain-free way to pay your bills

BPAY®

You can pay your bills hassle free with BPAY®

For most people, paying bills is one of their least favourite chores. Who has the time to pay via mail or in person? Paying a single bill by phone or over the Internet is better, but it’s still quite time-consuming.

Now with BPAY, we have another way to pay those bills, but faster, easier and better. With BPAY, you can pay all those troublesome bills all at once – over the phone or over the Internet 24/7.

Just look for the BPAY symbol, to the right, on your household bills.

BPAY by Phone

All you have to do is call 1300 369 900, select the BPAY option and follow the prompts to pay your bills. It’s convenient, secure and as painless as paying bills can possibly be.

BPAY over the Internet

The best thing about BPAY over the Internet is that it’s convenient. So while you’re surfing the web, you can also take a quick detour to pay an unlimited number of bills. And you needn’t worry about security either. BPAY over the Internet has been specifically designed to protect your funds from unauthorised access.

There are over 4,000 billers in the national BPAY network, including most councils, telephone, electricity and gas organisations. So next time you’ve got a stack of bills to pay, why not get it over and done with in one hit.

Want to use BPAY?

Using BPAY is simple. When registering for Online Banking you can elect to enable BPAY or simply be automatically enabled for BPAY when registering for Phone Banking.

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