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Switch payments

Moving your regular payments to your Commbank account means you can manage them anytime in NetBank and the Commbank app.

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Switch your super

Super is your money, so it makes sense to keep track of it. With an Essential Super account, you can track it in NetBank and the CommBank app like your salary.

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Switching payments

Our switching service helps you get your regular incoming and outgoing payments – like your salary and bills – up and running from your new CommBank account faster. 

It creates a range of letters that you can send to the businesses with which you have regular payments. The letters let the businesses know that you have a new bank account. You can use our switching service for CommBank personal transaction, business and credit card accounts.

1. Have the following information ready to go:

  • Details of your new and old accounts
  • The businesses that your regular payments are made to and received from. We’ve put together a list of popular billers’ contact details so you don’t have to hunt around for them. 

2. Print, sign and send the letters. You can create these by selecting an option below:

Help and guidance

Details form

Account details form

Alternatively, you can complete the Notice of Variation of account details form and return it to any CommBank branch so we can help you in switching your debits and credits.

Switching super

Super is part of your pay, so it makes sense to keep track of it like your salary.
With an Essential Super account, you can see your super alongside your other accounts in NetBank and the CommBank app. 

  • Help from Essential Super’s free concierge service to bring your super together1
  • Easy to understand, competitive fees
  • Pre-approved life insurance cover if you’re under 60 years old (provided you fund your account within 120 days of opening it.)

Things you should know

1 Remember before you make a decision, you should compare the costs, fees, risks and benefits of your other super funds against Essential Super. It makes sense to consider whether you can replace any insurance cover you may lose upon rolling over, potential costs for withdrawing from other super funds as well as any investment or tax implications. You should also decide which super fund you want your employer to pay your future employer contributions to and complete a Super Choice form if necessary.

The online switching tool sessions will automatically time out after 20 minutes of inactivity and any information not saved will be lost. If you want to step away from your computer or need to obtain documents or other information, you can save your progress at any time and come back to it when you're ready. For privacy reasons, your profile will be deleted after 28 days from the date of creation.

As this advice has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs, you should, before acting on this advice, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances. You must be registered for NetBank with NetCode SMS to make payments using a mobile phone. Recipients of payments need an Australian bank account to claim.

Colonial First State Investments Limited ABN 98 002 348 352, AFS Licence 232468 (Colonial First State) is the issuer of interests in Commonwealth Essential Super ABN 56 601 925 435. This information is not financial product advice and does not take into account any person’s individual objectives, financial circumstances or needs. You should read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for Commonwealth Essential Super and consider talking to a financial adviser before deciding whether to acquire or continue to hold this product. Click here to download the PDS, collect one from any branch of the Commonwealth Bank or call us on 13 4074 and we’ll post one out to you. Colonial First State is a wholly owned subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124 (‘the Bank’). The Bank and its subsidiaries do not guarantee the performance of Essential Super or the repayment of capital by Essential Super. An investment in Essential Super is via a superannuation trust and is therefore not an investment in, deposit with or other liability of the Bank or its subsidiaries.  An investment in Essential Super is subject to risk, loss of income and capital invested.