The daily limit ATM withdrawal in New Zealand is $1,500, and the overall daily transactions in NZ is $5,000.
As mandated by NZ Law, you’ll need to prove your identity as well as your residential address. This includes providing a valid ID (such as a New Zealand passport or overseas passport), proof of your residential address such as utility bills or bank statements that were issued within the last 12 months.
Generally, card information refers to the card holder’s name, card expiration date, and card number (the 16 digit number found in front of your card). Online merchants mostly ask for your card information for electronic payments, but never give away your card information if you’re not sure about the trustworthiness of the merchant and the website security.
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Good options, but ideally an option to combine & compare cost for best mobile + broadband option would be nice.
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