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So before you trudge around town and get frustrated as hell, read this post and see which bank is most likely to work best for your situation.
What I've done is documented my experiences with the various banks, and provided their requirements below.
This will save other readers time and hassle, and help them find the most “farang-friendly” branches, so to speak. He had previously tried at the Central Rama 9 branch and failed.
If you have a work permit, are a permanent resident, or hold a long-stay visa, you can apply for a wider range of services such as a cheque account, internet banking and online international funds transfer services.
Online banking was set up for me at the ATM by a member of staff.
The ATM card was issued on the spot, for a 300 Baht fee, and I've had to replace it once due to wear and tear.
I now regularly transfer money to my Thai account via Transferwise (read this post after this one), which means I avoid the bank sending and receiving charges, and currency conversion fees. Things are a hell of a lot easier in Thailand when you have a Thai ATM card and an account to transfer money into.
Lesson plans are currently available in English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Japanese and Korean.
Once you register, you'll be able to manage your account online.