SA Power Networks

Workplace Banking Benefits

We’re strong believers in supporting local organisations and associations that help make South Australia great.

Credit Union SA was formed by the merger of Powerstate – the old ETSA workers credit union – and Satisfac back in 2009. As a customer owned banking organisation, we are not driven by the need to return dividends to shareholders. Instead, we channel the profits we generate back to our membership and broader community.

That’s why, as an SA Power Networks employee, you get to enjoy exclusive banking benefits from us, while also feeling good knowing you’re banking with an organisation that gives back to your local community. It’s win-win!

It’s your home loan... do it your way!

We know you want to do things your way, that’s why we’re giving you the choice between a great cashback1 or a reduced rate2 when you take out an eligible home loan with us.

It can be for a new home, an investment property, a block of land or if you’re switching from somewhere else, the cashback or reduced rate could be all yours!

PLUS, as a current SA Power Networks employee you will also get a $500 bonus cashback* whichever option you choose! And we’ll donate another $200^ to the SA Power Networks Employee Foundation. That’s win-win…win!

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You won’t be charged application fees when you take out one of our low-rate Car Loan or Personal Loans. Plus, we’ll donate $100 to the SA Power Networks Employee Foundation.³

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Enjoy no annual fee and a 0% pa introductory interest rate for the first six months on purchases, balance transfers and cash advances⁴. After six months you’ll have one of Australia’s lowest ongoing interest rates of 9.99% pa. On top of all that, you’ll also receive priority loan processing – with all SA Power Network employee loan and card applications receiving approval within five business days.

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Mobile Lending Managers

Our Mobile Lending Managers can help our members by phone or email, with video calls now available.

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