‘Split purchase’ gives you more control over your money
Get started with as low as HKD1 in total fees

Free up your money to spend as you like. ‘Split purchase’ is quick, easy and can be done at low cost. As an introductory offer, it will cost you just HKD1 to split any eligible Mox Credit transaction of HKD400 up to HKD8,000, over 3 months – inclusive of all fees, interest and other costs¹. That’s it!

Everything is instant

Seize the moment with ‘Split purchase’. You can split an individual purchase in just a few taps upon making the eligible Mox Credit transaction and you’ll receive an application response instantly. Or you can split the Mox Credit transaction any time before it appears on your Mox Credit statement.

‘Split purchase’ gives you the flexibility to use it how you like, when you’d like to.

Get Split purchase with Mox Credit

With one Mox Card, you can make your money go even further.

Apply for Mox Credit today and have the option to ‘Split purchase’ when you need to!

And don’t worry, you’ll still earn CashBack on the Mox Credit transaction for ‘Split purchase’.

Apply for Mox Credit now

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*Mox Credit terms and conditions (Part A: Split purchase) and the Split purchase Key Facts Statement apply. You can view the terms in the “Legal documents” section of our website here.

¹HKD1 reflects the total fees and interest for the Split purchase, inclusive of the one-off fee and all monthly fees. For a Split purchase on a Mox Credit transaction of up to HKD8,000 into 3 monthly instalments, the Annualised Percentage Rate (APR)² is 0.07% - 1.16%. The fees on Split purchase will be reviewed from time to time - please refer to the Split Purchase Key Facts Statement for details.

The one-off fee and each monthly instalment for a Split purchase are charged to Mox Credit and will show on your Mox Credit statement. Please pay your Mox Credit statement balance in full on or before its due date to avoid finance charges (interest).

²The APR is calculated based on the guidelines as set out in the Code of Banking Practice. An APR is a reference rate which includes all applicable basic interest rates, fees and charges of a product expressed as an annualised rate.