How do I pay my credit card?
Last Updated: 12 Jul 2021
From an ASB bank account:
- FastNet Classic - To pay your credit card, you can use FastNet Classic online banking to make a transfer from one of your accounts to your credit card account.
- ASB Mobile Banking app - If you’ve got a smartphone and are registered for the ASB mobile banking app, you can make a transfer from one of your accounts to your credit card account.
Other ways to pay your credit card:
- Automatic payment – You can set this up via FastNet Classic or the ASB mobile banking app. Alternatively, you can do this at any ASB branch, or by calling us on 0800 803 804.
- FastPhone – You can make a transfer to your credit card account by calling 0800 272 272.
- ASB ATM – You can pay at any ASB ATM from your ASB bank account.
- Cash – You can pay over the counter at an ASB branch.
From another bank:
- Direct debit – You will need to complete the form and return it to us.
- Automatic payment – Payments can be made from any New Zealand Bank account. Visit any ASB branch, or call us on 0800 803 804 for payment details.
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