You must be at least 15 years old and a permanent resident of New Zealand who is eligible to work or study in the country. If you currently don’t have a Kiwibank account, you’ll need to open one first by completing an online application. If you currently have an account, you can apply through internet banking or the mobile app; log in with your account and select ‘Apply & Open’ and the debit card option.
Your access number is located at the back of your debit card. You can also find this on Kiwibank statements or on the side menu bar of the mobile app. If you’re a new customer who joined through internet banking, you’ll be informed of your access number through the welcome email.
Generally, a debit card has more features than an EFTPOS card, including online shopping, cash withdrawals, and exclusive deals from participating stores. With your Kiwibank debit card, you’ll be able to withdraw cash from millions of ATMs worldwide that accept Visa.
I’ve just had a great experience with Kurt from glimp compare. He helped me through the process from the time I clicked onto the website, via the chat function. Long story short I have signed up to a new power and broadband provider with significant cost savings. There was no pressure at any stage, just respectful guidance and facilitation to initiate the new supply.
Easiest service to use and knowledgeable and experienced staff. Made switching power and broadband stress free! Thanks Jamie S, they answered all my questions I had about starting a new connection for broadband and power - even better than calling Slingshot direct as I got 3 months free internet and credit for using my own modem :)
Virtually instant contact after filling out online form. Great rep - friendly and informative, great deal made for cheaper power, overall so far so good 😁
Thank you Glimp and Larry G for helping me today. Larry contacted me real quick to answer my questions and help me with my trouble about the Power provider. He also explained to me what are the difference between my current and the new provider. Thank you!
very confusing. I signed up, completed my details and it was sent to Stuff. I then get notified to sign up on Stuff, so I do that and get an order notification. I then get an email an hour later from Glimp asking me to complete my order by following the link, and to hurry so as not to miss out. I am then taken to a Stuff page again to complete an order that is not the order I signed up for, i.e. 4 months half price not the 6 months half price I agreed to. So I have no idea now what the status is and what deal stuff think I am on.