0% EasyPay gives you more financial flexibility by converting a transaction of at least BND300 charged to your Standard Chartered Credit Card into an instalment plan.

Here's how 0% EasyPay works:

You can choose to spread your repayments over 6,12,18 or 24 months. Your purchase amount will be rounded down* to the nearest BND10 when conversion is made

Zero Fee for Online Purchases

Pay no processing fee when you opt for a 6-month plan for any online purchases made with your Standard Chartered Credit Card.

How to Apply


To apply, call 265 8000 within 30 days from the date of your purchase.

Balance Transfer

You can also convert your credit card balances transferred from other banks into a 0% EasyPay plan at a small fee. You’ll enjoy the benefit of paying no interest as long as you pay your monthly credit card bill in full.

Credit limit

Once you’ve made a conversion, the total amount of your purchases or balance transfer will be deducted off your credit limit where as you make your monthly repayments, will your credit limit be restored. The total number of instalment plans allowed is limited to the total approved limit for each card.


A one-time processing fee will be applicable as follows:

Instalment Plans Processing fee for Credit Card
6 months/ 12 months 3% of total amount or minimum BND30 whichever is higher
18 months/ 24 months 3% of total amount or minimum BND50 whichever is higher

Should you decide to cancel or settle your 0% EasyPay plan early, a processing fee of BND100 will apply.

Terms and Conditions

Our Customer Terms and Credit Card Terms

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