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  Reply # 160666 29-Aug-2008 10:39
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CraigC: Nice app.
Quick question though are people being charged for using this ? When i called up the bank i was told i was exempt from iphone charges.

My understanding is that there is no bank fee for installing or using this app as this is an add-on to Online Banking, so will be included in the relevant existing monthly fee.




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  Reply # 160668 29-Aug-2008 10:46
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djpaubes: ANZ please stand up!!!
Wonder if they will adopt the solution as offer to Australian ANZ customers:

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 160681 29-Aug-2008 11:23
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CraigC: Nice app.
Quick question though are people being charged for using this ? When i called up the bank i was told i was exempt from iphone charges.


Just to be clear - theres no additional bank charges involved in using this - but as this app accesses the internet it will still count towards your iPhone data usage - which may mean charges depending on what iPhone data plan you're on. With that said, based on what the app actually does I would imagine the data usage to be minimal.




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  Reply # 160691 29-Aug-2008 11:44

lugh:
CraigC: Nice app.
Quick question though are people being charged for using this ? When i called up the bank i was told i was exempt from iphone charges.

My understanding is that there is no bank fee for installing or using this app as this is an add-on to Online Banking, so will be included in the relevant existing monthly fee.


Cool thats what i thought.

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