Have you ever had plans to treat yourself with some shopping or go to a nice restaurant with a friend, only to realise that an unexpected direct debit has come out of your account? With BPAY®, you can choose which account to pay bills from, make one-off payments immediately or schedule your payments on a date that works for you*. You can even set up recurring payments. They’re just some of the ways BPAY is in your corner.
What bills can you pay with BPAY?
BPAY is offered by over 60,000 businesses, which means you can pay many types of bills including phone, internet, electricity, gas, water, rates, household (rent & strata), credit card, insurance and many more.
How do you pay with BPAY?
- Register for Internet Banking or the Mobile Banking App if you aren’t already registered.
- Look for the distinctive BPAY logo on your bills.
- Log on to your Internet Banking or Mobile Banking App.
- Make payment:
- If using Internet Banking – Click on the ‘Payments’ tab, then click ‘BPAY’ from the menu and follow the prompts.
- If using the Mobile Banking App - Tap the 'Pay' tab, then tap ‘BPAY’ and follow the prompts.
- During this process, the Biller details can also be stored in your 'BPAY Address Book' for future payments.
- Enter the amount you’d like to pay and the payment date.
Watch this short video to find out how:
Terms and Conditions
*Scheduled payments are subject to systems and funds availability.
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The BPAY Scheme is managed by BPAY Pty Ltd. BPAY is issued by over 150 BPAY Scheme participants. When you use BPAY, the BPAY Scheme is paid fees relating to processing costs and BPAY Scheme membership. Any financial product advice provided by BPAY Pty Ltd in relation to BPAY is general advice only and has been prepared without taking into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Before acting on such advice, you should review the Australian Mutual Bank Ltd Account and Access Facility Terms and Conditions of Use and consider whether BPAY is appropriate for your personal circumstances.