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How to avoid ATM charges

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Changes to usage of rediATM

The way we access and use our money is changing. With Internet and Mobile Banking, the Mobile App, Tap and Pay, OSKO by BPAY® and PayID, you can send and receive money within seconds and do your banking easily and securely anywhere, anytime.

What’s changing?

From 1 January 2019, Unity Bank will withdraw from the rediATM network. Members choosing to use a rediATM from 1 January 2019 may incur a $2.50 usage fee.

Where can I withdraw cash for free?

If you are looking to withdraw money, you have access to over 20,000 ATMs Australia-wide owned and operated by the Banks below and you will not incur a Direct Charge for the transactions:

  • NAB
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • Westpac
  • ANZ
  • BOQ - will not apply Direct Charge on their branch ATMs. All their offsite ATMs like BP Service stations, etc, will incur Direct Charge

Plus, the ATMs at our branches will be rebranded to a new-look and will continue to be fee-free. Members can still transact for free over the counter in our Branches.

You’ll also have the following options:

  • Cash out at supermarkets like Woolworths and participating retailers with purchases. (please refer to our Relationship Rewards Program / Access Fees).
  • Join the thousands of our Members already using our latest digital services to manage their money on the go, by downloading our Banking App from the Apple or Google Play Stores or by loading your Visa Card into your digital wallet.