Pay off your device in instalments
Buy your mobile phone in instalments when you take out or renew a contract. This option is available for contractual terms of 12 and 24 months. You can pay for your mobile phone in 12 or 24 monthly instalments (depending on the contractual term). The instalments are interest-free, so you pay the same as if you had bought your mobile phone in one go.
You can sign up for payment in instalments in the Swisscom Shop and Swisscom Online Shop. No deposit is required.
New: Pay off your Apple Watch Series 3 in instalments
You can now pay off your new Apple Watch Series 3 in instalments,- even without a mobile subscription
- The contract term is 24 months and cannot be changed
- A maximum of 2 devices per customer can be paid off in instalments
- View the details of your mobile phone instalments in the im Customer Center or pay off outstanding instalments in one go if you like.
Who can use the instalment plan?
|You must be 18 years or older|
|The mobile phone must cost CHF 48.– or more|
|Payment in instalments is available to residential and SME customers when taking out or renewing a contract|
|Only one instalment agreement may be taken out per contract. In all, you can benefit from two payment in instalment agreements|
|Payment in instalments is subject to a customer credit check|
- The amount is divided by the number of months in the contract term. geteilt.
- If the device price cannot be divided exactly by 12 or 25 down to CHF 0.05, the monthly instalment will be rounded up and the rounding difference debited on the first bill.
- The amount and number of instalments cannot be changed, nor instalments deferred.
- Two instalments are billed every two months on bi-monthly bills..
Cancelling your payment plan
If you like, you can pay off outstanding instalments before the end of the contract.
Any outstanding instalments arecharged as a lump sum on your next Swisscom bill. If you wish to benefit in advance from contract renewal, all your outstanding instalments are automatically debited on your next bill.If you wish to transfer your mobile number to another person, you must first settle the outstanding instalments.