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Fantastic new goMoney features from ANZ

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For release: Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Fantastic new goMoney features from ANZ

Significant enhancements to ANZ’s goMoney mobile banking application make it even easier to use on iPads and Android tablets.

The new improvements to New Zealand's top ranked finance app include:

An optimised version for iPad and Android tablets – customers have been asking for this and now its here!

Future-dated funds payments – Customers can now create future dated funds transfers between their own accounts up to 90 days in advance.

Branch/ATM finder - Customers can find branches and ATMs in New Zealand

and Australia. Branch opening hours will also be displayed.

Personalisation of account images and names - Customers will find it even easier to identify and manage their accounts.

“ANZ goMoney, which has a 4.5-star rating in the App Store, is now fully optimised for tablets and looks really hot,” says Fred Ohlsson, ANZ’s Managing Director, Retail and Business Banking.

“We have around 1,800 customers logged into goMoney at any one time and over 375,000 customers using the application each month,” he said.

“We’re constantly improving our mobile and Internet Banking in line with what customers tell us what they want – their feedback was the inspiration for these latest improvements.”

Mandatory OnlineCode has also been introduced to goMoney for those customers who have already registered for OnlineCode. Customers will only need to use OnlineCode in goMoney for first-time registrations, adding a new device, resetting PINs and signing in through Guest Login.

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