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    BNZ says its internet banking systems are coming back online, after an outage affected customers nationwide this evening

    BNZ says its internet banking systems are coming back online, after an outage affected customers nationwide this evening


    Customers were unable to access their mobile or internet banking, from about 3 this afternoon.

    BNZ says customers should be able to access all their account information now, or very shortly.

    The Bank has apologised for any inconvenience to customers.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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