You can register easily through glimp’s website! Just take note of the documents you’ll need to bring:
NZ-issued driver’s license or passport
Document verifying your address such as a utility bill, insurance company letter, or tenancy agreement
Proof of bank account ownership, such as a copy of a bank statement, or an over-the-counter printed receipt with teller’s stamp
Simplicity will keep in touch once your documents are verified. Take note that you need to complete this form even if you already have a Simplicity Kiwisaver account.
You need to have an NZ-issued ID in order to invest, as you’ll need to input these details during application.
It is possible, depending on the structure of the company. You’ll need to contact Simplicity at email@example.com and provide your name and the name of the company in order to get more information.
All members are required to maintain a $1,000 balance in order to keep the account and to avoid a low balance result.
Simplicity takes pride in being a social enterprise. As such, Simplicity does not invest in industries like fossil fuels, alcohol, tobacco, gambling, firearms, adult entertainment, military and nuclear weapons. Likewise, they don’t invest in companies breaching the UN Principles on Anti-corruption, Human Rights, Environment, Labour.
Both the highlighted deals i clicked through to get turned out to be inaccurate speeds. Glimp saying 300/100 both providers only offering 100/20 for the price given, despite giving the same address in both sites. still giving 3 stars though as regardless the deals through Glimp are better than the standard advertised deals on the providers site.
Sign up didn't go quite the way it was meant to. But Kate called and she walked through everything so we could work out what went wrong. she was patient, friendly, supportive and kept me calm to finally get plan registration sorted ( still can't log in though - she must be magic )
Found it really easy to find what i needed and also got a call regarding what deals might be best suited etc. Saves a lot of time. Highly reccommend glimp