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ANZ Internet Banking

Convenient, secure banking online any time of the day or night, 365 days a year.

Manage your finances 24/7

Key features

Check your balance

You can view your account balances, as well as your transaction history and account statements.

Make payments

You can pay bills, people, or even your tax using electronic payments.

Send a secure email

Using Bank Mail, you can contact us and send and receive confidential account information.

Move money around

Move money between your ANZ accounts, including your credit card, KiwiSaver account or floating home loan.


Securely access your ANZ accounts with your unique customer number and password. Make sure you’re registered for OnlineCode for additional security while you bank online.

Personalise your accounts

Create nicknames for your accounts and change the order that they appear, to make managing your accounts work for you.

Other helpful features

With Internet Banking you can also:

  • Manage your personal ANZ EFTPOS, Visa Debit or credit cards, including setting a temporary block if you misplace your card, setting or changing your card PIN, and reporting a card lost or stolen, and ordering a replacement. 
  • Save paper by choosing to switch off your paper statements. You’ll still be able to access up to 7 years' worth of account and tax statements online. 
  • Apply for new everyday and savings accounts, personal loans, home loans, debit and credit cards, term deposits and KiwiSaver. 
  • Manage your home loan with ease. From applying for a top-up, or making extra payments to your floating home loan, to re-fixing your fixed rate home loan when it comes up for renewal. 
  • Make a payment to someone overseas using an International Money Transfer 
  • View your ANZ Insurance policies, including policy numbers, renewal dates, sum insured values, next payment amount and due date.

New to Internet Banking? Check out our video for an overview of all the key features.

See more videos on how to use Internet Banking

How to register

Getting ANZ Internet Banking is easy.

Step 1

Click on ‘Register now’, enter your details, and note down the reference number at the end.

Register now

Step 2

Call us on 0800 269 296 (+64 4 470 3142 from overseas, charges may apply) and quote your reference number. We’ll confirm your identity and set you up.

Step 3

Log in and start using ANZ Internet Banking. When you first log in, have your mobile phone with you as you’ll be prompted to register for OnlineCode, for extra security when you bank online.

How-to guide and videos

We’re making banking online easier with our step-by-step Internet Banking videos and printable guides. Learn how to:

  • Pay a person or bill
  • Move money between your ANZ accounts
  • Set up and manage automatic payments
  • View and download your account statements
  • Manage your ANZ cards, including setting a PIN.

Internet Banking Guide (PDF 1.61MB)


Paying people and bills

Learn how to pay people and bills as well as set up and amend automatic payments.

Moving money between account

Learn how to transfer money between accounts including paying a credit card.

Managing cards

Learn how to manage your ANZ cards, including setting a card PIN, placing a temporary block or reporting a card stolen or lost.

Viewing transactions and statements

Learn how to view, download and print your account statements.

How to bank safely

We’re committed to keeping you and your banking safe, and you have a role to play too. Working together, we can keep you even safer. However you choose to bank, find out how to keep safe.

Accessible banking

We’re working hard to make our banking products and services accessible and available to all New Zealanders, regardless of ability.

Need help?

Help and support 

See all help and support articles

Eligibility criteria and terms and conditions apply to ANZ Internet Banking, ANZ goMoney, ANZ Phone Banking and Pay to Mobile. See our Electronic Banking Conditions (PDF 129KB) for more information.

Mobile phone network or internet provider charges, such as data fees may apply, depending on your provider.