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ING Orange Everyday

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Account fee
$0.00
Payment options
Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayID
Interest rate
0% p.a.
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Mozo editorial review ING Orange Everyday

Last updated: 9 March 2021.

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What's hot
  • Mozo Experts Choice Award winner 2021
  • No ATM withdrawal fees overseas or in Australia
  • Zero monthly account fees
What's not
  • No branch access
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When a bank is voted as having Australia's best bank accounts three years in a row in the Mozo People's Choice Awards, you know they must be doing something right - especially when the Orange Everyday account was also named a 2021 Mozo Experts Choice Award winner for Exceptional Everyday Account!

The reason that so many Aussies are such big fans of the ING Everyday Orange bank account is because it's big on convenience and small on fees and charges. This account has no account fees and as long as you deposit at least $1000 a month into your account (from an external bank account) and make at least 5 card purchases each month using your ING debit card then you won't have to pay any ATM fees in Australia or overseas!

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Key features

ING is an online-only bank, so there's no branch access but who needs it with online banking, 24-hour phone banking, BPAY and free ATMs?

With the Orange Everyday account, you can use any ATM in Australia or overseas for free (if you deposit at least $1,000 into your ING account each month from an external bank account, and make at least 5 purchases using your ING debit or credit card each month) so you don't have to worry about trekking across town looking for an ATM. 

If you meet the above conditions, you can also spend on your card while overseas without paying an international transaction fee - making this a great pick for savvy travellers. 

There's also no minimum opening deposit requirement and no monthly account fees to pay, so this account get's the budget-friendly tick of approval - But keep in mind you won't earn any money either. Like most transaction accounts the ING Orange Everyday account doesn't pay any interest.

The Orange Everyday bank account comes with a VISA debit card (with PayWave), giving you the shopping freedom of a credit card without the credit maintenance worries.

You also have the option to switch on the everyday round-up feature, where purchases you make on your card are rounded up to either $1 or $5. The difference is then deposited into a linked ING Savings Maximiser, Mortgage Simplifier or Orange Advantage account.

You'll also be able to access your ING Orange Everyday account and heap of other ING products through the ING banking app.

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Who is it good for

If you're an Australian who's sick of being charged high ATM fees in Australia and abroad then this budget-friendly account could be the one for you!

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Any catches

You won't earn any interest on your money in the ING Everyday Orange, so you might be better off keeping your savings in a high-interest savings account and transferring cash over as you need it.

Details

Rates and fees information correct as at 25 June 2021. Mozo has robust processes to ensure our site is updated to reflect the latest information from providers. There may be the odd occasion where updates are delayed, so please confirm information before purchasing.
Rates
  • Balances from $0: 0.00% p.a.

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Fees
  • $0.00

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  • Free ATM use in Australia and overseas and free international transactions when you deposit at least $1,000 from an external bank account and make at least 5 card purchases using your ING debit card each month.

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  • None

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  • $0.00 monthly

Other financial bits
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Features
  • $2,200.00

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Atm card
  • none

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Debit card
  • $0.00

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Payment options

Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayID

Customer Reviews

How are ING bank accounts rated by the Mozo community?

Overall
9.2/10
Price
9.3/10
Features
8.6/10
Customer service
9.0/10
Convenience
8.8/10
Trust
9.2/10

Latest reviews of ING Orange Everyday

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About ING

ING is part of the ING Group, one of the world's largest financial institutions, but it isn't like other banks. ING pioneered branch-less banking in Australia, getting rid of branches and passing on the savings to customers in the form of better rates and lower fees. From high interest savings accounts and term deposits to low rate home loans, ING aims to keep your banking simple.

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