Citi instalment plan is defined in the Unsecured Credit Terms and Conditions and Other Important Information as a Fixed Payment Option. Fixed Payment Option offers are subject to eligibility and only available if your account is and remains in good standing. Your Fixed Payment Option uses part of your existing credit limit. As you pay off your Fixed Payment Option, the amount you pay off will become available for you to use again as part of your credit limit at the standard Annual Percentage Rate (APR) applicable to your account.
A fee may apply to set up a Fixed Payment Option.
During the cycle in which a Fixed Payment Option is set up, you will be charged an initial interest charge which will be included in the Minimum Payment Due on your next statement (not applicable if the FPO APR is 0%). Subsequent statements will include an instalment for each month of the term.
if you request a Citi FlexiBill instalment plan, we will convert the retail purchases included in the closing balance from your latest statement first, before converting any cash advances. We may limit the amount that can converted to Citi FlexiBill.
While you have a Fixed Payment Option, payments will be applied to your initial interest charge or monthly instalment before all other balances, even if they attract a higher rate of interest.
If you miss a monthly payment, interest at the retail APR will be charged on any unpaid instalment or initial interest charge. Your Fixed Payment Option may also be cancelled. If your Fixed Payment Option is cancelled, the outstanding balance of your Fixed Payment Option will revert to the retail APR for Citi PayLite and Citi FlexiBill and the cash advance APR for Citi Quick Cash.
For the full terms and conditions that apply to Fixed Payment Options, please refer to the Unsecured Credit Terms and Conditions and Other Important Information.