Heritage Bank expands footprint with 43 new ATMs at Freedom Fuel outlets
Bank will add 43 new ATMs to its fleet after signing an agreement with payments
company Next Payments to install the machines in Freedom Fuel outlets across
southern Queensland and northern New South Wales.
Heritage-branded ATMs will be located in Freedom Fuel service stations from
Nambour in the north, west to Kingaroy, Dalby and Pittsworth, and south to
Goondiwindi and Kingscliff in northern New South Wales.
agreement will see Heritage’s fleet of branded ATMs grow to 145. That is in
addition to the 3,000 Westpac group ATMs that Heritage customers can access,
free of “foreign” ATM fees.
CEO Mr Peter Lock said the agreement with Next Payments meant customers now had
access to one of the most extensive ATM networks in the country
ATMs will offer our customers the same fee-free transaction access as our other
Heritage ATMS,” Mr Lock said.
partnership is an effective way to expand the availability of our services and
give customers convenient and easy access to transactions, especially cash
also helps us promote Heritage and increase our profile by exposing the brand
to the amount of through traffic that is typical at service stations.
these new ATMs on board, we now offer customers one of the largest and most
convenient networks in the country
very happy to bring on board these additional customer touchpoints.”
Payments CEO Mr Tim Wildash welcomed the agreement as a significant step for
“Next Payments is excited
to have partnered with Heritage Bank and Freedom Fuels in what represents a
milestone for our business in regards to providing solutions for Australian financial
“The Freedom Fuels brand
provides an easily recognisable location for Heritage customers to access fee-free
banking in safe and convenient environments, with extensive operating hours
throughout south east Queensland and northern New South Wales.”
Payments will install the ATM machines at the Freedom Fuel outlets in coming