Did you know that you can pay your Singtel bill using any credit card? What’s more, you can do it in the comforts of your own home. Interested? Check out the various options below:

For the hands-on people:

1. Singtel Mybill

Step One: Sign up for a Singtel Mybill account.

Signing up for this account allows you to check your Singtel statements online, change your address or other particulars, and even consolidate your various accounts into one so you only have one bill and one payment date to worry about!

What’s more, when you sign up for mybill, you save trees as Singtel will no longer send you paper statements. Say bye bye to clutter! You can download PDF copies of your statements for your archival purposes, or to print out should you need to claim from office :P

Step Two: Click on “payments” on the sidebar, follow the instructions, and viola! Pay your bill using your credit card.

2. AXS Station

If you have a Citibank credit card, you can charge your Singtel bill to your credit card at any AXS Station. Just click on Citibank>Billpay, and follow the instructions.


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For those who prefer to automate their bills:

Citibank Credit Card Holders

Signing up for Citibank One-Bill allows Singtel to charge your Singtel bill to your Citibank credit card when due.

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Using your credit card to pay your bills not only allows you to earn reward points or cash rebates, it also allows you to consolidate your payments, so you can pay off all your bills together when your pay cheque comes in each month, and you’ll never have a late charge again.

A word of caution: Pay your bills using your credit card only if you pay off your credit card in full every month. If you pay merely the minimum, you’ll end up paying more than you owe!

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