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How can I pay my ACN Phone bill?

You can pay your ACN invoice using the following methods:

Internet and Telephone banking – To pay directly from your cheque, savings or credit card account simply contact your financial institution and set up ACN Pacific as one of your bill payees.

Participating financial institutions include ASB Bank, National Bank, Bank of New Zealand, ANZ, TSB Bank, Westpac, HSBC, KiwiBank and most credit unions.

Pay in person at any NZ Post Office.

Credit Card – To make a one off payment with your Visa or MasterCard please call our friendly Customer Service Team on 0508 226 000.

Direct Debit – The convenient way to pay your invoice – your payment will automatically be withdrawn from your credit card or bank account on the due date each month. To establish a direct debit arrangement please download an authority form below or call our Customer Contact Centre on 0508 226 000 for more details.

NZ Direct Debit Request Form

NZ Credit Card Direct Debit Application Form

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Earning Statement

RVPs and SVPs (including Circle of Champions members) earn annual income achieved by fewer than 1% of ACN IBOs. Their success stories and earnings are extraordinary and not typical. Earnings as an ACN IBO are based solely upon the successful sale of products to customers and their usage of those products. Individuals will incur expenses in operating their ACN business, such as the sign-up fee and renewal fee, as well as other possible operating expenses. As with any business, earnings and success at ACN are not guaranteed but depend primarily on the individual’s commitment, persistence and effort. Individuals may not earn income and may lose money as an IBO.