Personal Checking Accounts
Personal checking accounts from Newtown Savings Bank are designed to help make your life easier. We offer convenient services with insight and support from people you know and trust. All personal checking accounts include eight starter checks, eStatements, access to online banking, in addition to accommodating features like bill pay, mobile banking*, free mobile check deposit with NSBeDeposit, and an easy online checking account opening application that's completely secure.
Checking Account Options
In addition to Interest Checking, we offer:
- Free Checking – Our basic free checking account.
- Everywhere Checking – Free ATMs across the United States.
- Flagship Checking – Free ATMs across the United States and you can have the monthly service fee waived with a sufficient balance.
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At Newtown Savings Bank, we want you to get the most out of your relationship with us. The Navigator Guide is just one of the ways that we try to simplify managing your checking account and help you eliminate the expense and inconvenience of overdrafts. The Guide covers how to better manage your checking account to avoid overdraft fees. For additional information view our Overdraft Privilege brochure.
With a Newtown Savings Bank Visa® Debit Card, your funds travel with you at all times in the most convenient and secure way. You’ll write fewer checks and be able to access your cash at our ATMs in 14 locations. If you have an Everywhere or Flagship checking account you can enjoy free access and no ATMs fees across the United States.
If you don’t already have eStatements, sign up today. This free service delivers your account statements much faster than the Post Office, and eliminates unnecessary mail to you.
If you are already an online banking user, just log in and click on the "eStatements" tab to enroll.
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If you aren't currently signed up for online banking, Enroll Now for Online Banking.
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* We do not charge for mobile banking. Your mobile device provider may charge you fees. Please check with your carrier.