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ANZ goMoney launches for Android smartphones

Media Release
30 November, 2012

ANZ goMoney launches for Android smartphones

ANZ’s popular goMoney mobile app will be available for Android-supported smartphones today.

The ANZ goMoney for Android app will enable Android users to access a wide range of ANZ services from their phone. The app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store from this afternoon.

“GoMoney allows customers to monitor their accounts, make payments and check balances anytime and any place there is mobile phone coverage. It’s like having an ANZ branch on their phone,” says Kerri Thompson ANZ Managing Director for Retail.

“Since ANZ National launched goMoney for iPhone, 100,000 customers are performing an average 2.5 million transactions a month.

“Now we’ve adapted it specifically for Android phones so that it’s just as secure, easy to access and easy to use."

The Android app will allow internet banking through Android supported smartphones so customers can:

• view account balances

• View up to 30 days worth of transaction history

• transfer between accounts

• make bill payments and view upcoming payments

To use ANZ Mobile Banking, customers must be registered for ANZ Internet Banking and have a 3G-enabled Android smartphone (Android operating system 2.2 (Froyo) or above) or device that is enabled for cellular or wireless internet connection and have an active mobile phone number.

There is no monthly account fee for using ANZ goMoney for Android.

Further information about the ANZ goMoney for Android is available online at: www.anz.co.nz/android

ENDS

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