If you earn less than R3 000 per month or don't have an income right now, our basic and affordable Transact Account will meet all your everyday banking needs.

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Transact debit card

Lowest banking fees in South Africa*

We've heard you South Africa, from 1 March, we introduce our new fees for our Everyday banking accounts, providing R500 million in pricing relief to our valued customers.

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*Absa Gold Value Bundle and Transact Account proven to be the most inexpensive accounts in their categories according to the 2021 Solidarity Report


 

Absa cards
No monthly fee for internet banking
Digital Banking

Enjoy mobile and Internet banking.

Top-up prepaid
Recharge

Use your account to top-up on prepaid electricity or airtime.

Access to Absa loans
Borrow

Get access to Absa loans.

CashSend
Send Cash

Send money to anyone with CashSend.

What you can expect

  • Better everyday banking

    • Monthly fee of R4.90
    • A minimum banking balance of R20
    • No subscription fee for Absa Online, mobile and telephone banking
    • Unlimited debit card swipes
    • Safely withdraw cash at selected retailers
    • Top-up prepaid electricity or airtime from your account
    • Get monthly and interim statements from Absa ATMs or branches
    • Access NotifyMe SMS or email notifications
    • Unlimited balance enquiries at Absa ATMs, selected retailer tills and Absa supported ATMs
    • Make withdrawals, deposits, transfers, account payments, print balances and statements at any Absa ATM
    • Send money to someone who doesn’t have a bank account with CashSend
    • No matter where you are, enjoy exclusive offers, rewards, and benefits simply by using your Visa card
     
  • What you need to open your account

    • A valid bar-coded South African ID or a valid passport for foreign nationals
    • Proof of residence

Need more help?

Let one of our consultants help you get the best account for your needs.

Call us on:

0860 100 372

Email us at:

absa@absa.co.za

Visit your nearest branch