St George Directsaver: Offering x%

15 February 2008

The St George Directsaver is now offering an interest rate of between x% and x% per annum on their savings account, depending on when you opened your account, or whether you are yet to open one. The rates are variable interest rates and are applicable until the end of the financial year! (30/06/2008)

The Directsaver has no fees - EVER, and is linked to your everyday transaction account with most financial institutions.

This is a continuation of the high interest online savings account war. I wonder if we will see some more if it in the near future.

*** Please note that rates do change as do the annual fees. You must read the current information on the St George site

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8 comments

  • admin EDITOR
    heck thats high for a standard account.
  • Brad
    Great deal, excellent rate! Hot vote from me.
  • nod
    This is a continuation of the high interest online savings account war. I wonder if we will see some more if it in the near future.
    I hope so :w00t:
  • leny
    It is a very good rate, but there isn't as much buzz about it than with the lower RaboPlus rate.
  • mikepspencer
    Bankwest Telenet saver only 7%. Hot vote from me
  • leny
    mikepspencer;38050
    ... only 7%.
    Just four months ago, that was considered one of the best rate offers ever ... and there were conditions where the rate was only applicable on amounts over the amount that was in the account at the close of business of a certain date. Just four months ago. :)
  • Klieu
    Bankwest Telenet Saver account has the highest rate at the moment on the market at 7.5%. I've had this account with them four over 6 months now and I'm extremely happy with the service and the rate has always been kept the highest on the market
  • leny
    Yes I've seen that 7.5% offer, but that is only on new accounts that are less that 12 months old. It's a great rate if you have access to it.
    Klieu;38072
    the rate has always been kept the highest on the market
    That is arguable, but they have been active in the rate war. :D

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