Simply visit our usual website address from your phone and our servers will detect if you are on a mobile device and send you to the mobile version of the site. If you are visiting from an iPhone, Android phone, Blackberry or other smart phone you will be automatically sent to the mobile version of the site.
It can, the mobile site is a version of our site that is optimised to display on smaller screens, like iPhones, Androids and Blackberrys. You can check rates, book deals and do a range of functions on the mobile site. Some items like adding beneficiaries can only be done on the standard version of the site at the moment.
Yes. At the bottom of the mobile version of the site there is a link called ‘standard version’. If you click that link you will go to the standard version of our site. If you have cookies enabled on your mobile phone (which they generally are by default), then your phone will remember that you prefer the standard version of the site and will open the standard version by default each time you visit.
When viewing the standard version of the site from your mobile, at the top of the homepage is a link that says ‘mobile version’. Simply click this and you will revert back to the mobile version of our site
Yes, the mobile site has limited dealing functionality. If you already have setup a beneficiary, you can make payments to them straight from the mobile version of the site.
Absolutely. All exchange rates on the mobile site are the same as the standard site
The mobile site uses the same 1024 bit SSL security as our standard so you are protected with industry leading data security.
The mobile version of the site has most of the functionality of the standard site with a few exceptions. We are constantly improving our mobile offering, so items like adding beneficiaries will be included in future releases.
Get onto twitter and let people know about the site with the hashtag #ozforex, or like us on Facebook (where we give away special Facebook only offers).
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