Wherever you are in New Zealand, Online Banking gives you instant access to your accounts whenever you need it.


KEY FEATURES

At a glance

phone icon with arrow to bill

Pay your bills

Add a payee and make a payment - it's easy
You can set up recurring payments too.

balances

Balances

Review your balances and transfer funds between accounts at your convenience.

manage your accounts

Manage your accounts

Update your contact details and do more with your accounts, including your Tax.

Fisher Funds KiwiSaver

Apply for KiwiSaver

Apply for Fisher Funds KiwiSaver Scheme.

debit mastercard

Manage your Mastercard PIN

Select or update your TSB Debit Mastercard PIN.

 

 

accounts

Open a new account

Open an everyday or savings account when logged in


HOW TO

Register online

Before you can use Online Banking, you need to register. It's simple and only takes a few minutes to complete. Visit TSB - Online Banking and click REGISTER to begin. 

Need help?
Have a look at the following how-to guides.
•  What I need to set up Online Banking
•  How to register online
•  How to find my Customer ID

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ONLINE BANKING

Your money is
always protected

The security of your money and personal information is important to us, which is why we require you to authenticate payments and other key actions with a text message. It’s free and helps reduce the risk of online fraud.

Mobile phone not registered?

Call us on 0508 692 265 to activate text message authentication on your current mobile phone.

Don't have a mobile phone?

Call us to find out about your options. 


 

Don't forget to read this bit

*Online & Mobile Banking are electronic applications only, and work best on the latest software (i.e. browsers & operating systems) and may not be supported on all hardware or devices.

iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc. Android is a trademark of Google Inc.

Take a look at our Disclosure Statement or grab a copy from your local branch. Use of our accounts and services are subject to TSB’s General Banking Information.