Contribute by BPAY

BPAY gives you an easy and efficient way to contribute to your TelstraSuper account.

With BPAY you can:

  • make post-tax contributions to your super (and potentially receive a Government co-contribution)
  • if self-employed, make deductible contributions to your TelstraSuper Personal Plus account
  • contribute to an employee's TelstraSuper Personal Plus account
  • contribute to your spouse's account (and potentially receive a spouse tax offset).

To find out more about making BPAY payments, visit www.bpay.com.au or contact your financial institution.

Start contributing with BPAY

All you need is the relevant TelstraSuper member number and you can start contributing with BPAY.

Whose account are you contributing to?*Required field
Contribution type*Required field
I am under 65 OR am aged 65-74 and have been gainfully employed for at least 40 hours in a period of not more than 30 consecutive days in the current financial year.
I certify that my partner is under 65 OR is 65-69 and gainfully employed for at least 40 hours in a period of not more than 30 consecutive days in the current financial year, and is my partner and we continue to live on a bona fide domestic basis as husband, wife or de facto.

* Denotes required field

Important notes about contributing with BPAY

Self-employed members

  • if you are substantially self-employed or an unsupported person, you can generally claim a tax deduction for 100% of contributions made into super
  • if you intend to claim your contribution as a tax deduction, please download a Member and Spouse Contribution form and complete Section D. Return the form by fax or post.

Maximum contributions

  • a maximum of $99,000 may be contributed per BPAY transaction
  • if you are paying more than $99,000 per BPAY transaction, please split your payment into separate transactions (though you should use the same reference number for each transaction).

Contributing to your partner’s account

  • you may receive a spouse tax offset if you contribute to your partner's account and you meet the income limits. Use our spouse tax rebate calculator to estimate your possible offset
  • contributing to your partner's account will not attract a Government Co-contribution. Use our Government Co-contribution calculator to find out more.

Effective day

  • contributions are applied to your account from the ‘effective day’ and will start earning interest the following day
  • the effective day for BPAY contributions received before midnight (Melbourne time) on a Victorian Business Day, will be that day.

If you have any questions, please contact us on 1300 033 166 for fill in our online contact form.