Quick, easy access to your accounts lets you track your money and stay in control of your finances.
Move money in 30 seconds with FAST anytime, anywhere. Pay bills and make transfers whenever you've got a moment to spare.
Get cash at over 200 merchants around Singapore with our mobile banking app, that’s powered by soCash. No need to hunt for ATM, no need for purchases. Getting cash is now a few taps on your mobile app.
Log in using the same username and password that you use for Online Banking. If you are an iPhone or Android phone user, fingerprint login is now available. Set up in 3 easy steps.
Introducing Auto OTP, a feature that makes your log in to SC Mobile even more convenient.
With Auto OTP, you no longer need to wait for an SMS OTP. We will instead do all that automatically in the background so you get full access to your accounts for your everyday banking like moving money to registered payees. Faster, and much simpler for you on SC Mobile.
To enable Auto OTP, log in to SC Mobile, tap the menu and tap ‘Personalize’.
With PayNow, you can send and receive money securely and almost instantly using a Mobile Number or NRIC. Skip the hassle of remembering and entering long bank account numbers.
Just log in to SC Mobile, tap menu and tap ‘Pay Now Transfers’ to register for PayNow
Introducing a faster way to add your credit card to Apple Pay. Simply log in to SC Mobile and tap “Add to Apple Wallet”. Start paying for your purchases conveniently with just your Mobile Phone.
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