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As one of the big four banks in Australia, naturally has a very full suite of credit cards across the low, mid and top tiers. NAB also has a rewards program with Qantas and with NAB Rewards you can top up your frequent flyer and rewards program balance with Velocity Frequent Flyer, KrisFlyer, Asia Miles and Airpoints™. Credit card customers can all access online and mobile banking through the NAB website. For travellers the bank also offers a prepaid traveller card.
NAB also offers all the traditional consumer and business banking products. Savings and transactional accounts, loans and advice are just some of them.
The NAB has expanded to 1,750 branches globally and services more than 12,000,000 customers, with affiliates in the Asia, the US, the UK and New Zealand as well. The bank is ranked 17th largest globally by market capitalisation. Originally called the National Bank of Australasia Limited and headquartered in Melbourne, NAB was founded in 1893. It traded under that name until it merged with the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney and took ok the name National Australia Bank. Along the way NAB has made several acquisitions, including the Colonial Bank of Australasia, Bank of Queensland, Queensland National Bank and Ballarat Banking Company.
Creditcard.com.au features all NAB credit cards, so you’re sure to find something from the list to suit your needs and your lifestyle. Apart from a number of low, mid and top tier cards, the NAB offers a Qantas card for Standard, Premium and Signature – so you get the frequent flyer rewards with whatever level of card you choose. The Low Fee Platinum card (formally named Premium) and Low Fee cards both have competitive balance transfer rates at the moment, despite the differences in the cards (Feb 2018). With the Low Fee card you pay a low fee, but with none of the many features of the Low Fee Platinum card you can have it for a whole year.
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